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Molson Young Plant Sales

Scottish equipment dealer expands established sales team with three new sales manager appointments

STIRLING-based Molson Young Plant Sales have expanded their sales force with the appointment of three experienced additions to the established team. Two of the new appointments, Gus Kerr and Blair Allan, will replace outgoing staff, whilst the third, David Pinner, will provide additional coverage in the North West and Highlands area, which will be supported from the company’s Inverness depot.

Mr Pinner joins from Sunbelt Rentals and will bring a wealth of industry knowledge to his new role as sales manager for north-west Scotland and the Highlands and Islands. Speaking about his new role, he said: ‘The wide range of products available from Molson, along with the scale of after-sales support, will help me offer real value to both new and existing customers.’

Gus Kerr, who brings more than 14 years’ industry experience, most recently with Buckhurst Plant Hire and Morris Leslie, to his new role as sales manager for the north-east of Scotland, added: ‘It’s an exciting time to join such a fast-growing company with a great range of products to offer customers.’

As sales manager for east-Central Scotland, Blair Allan will bring more than 11 years’ experience in the construction and agricultural sectors to what is a particularly strong region for Molson Young Plant Sales. He remarked: ‘I will only sell products that I personally believe in. The range of machines available at Molson Young Plant Sales is second to none, ranging from Japanese-built excavators to world-leading dumpers built here in the UK.’

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