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New UK sales director at Flexicon


Flexicon, the manufacturer of flexible conduit, has appointed Neil Carter as its new UK sales director.

He joins Flexicon from Unistrut UK, where he was national electrical wholesale manager for the last four years.  Both companies are subsidiaries of Atkore International.

At Flexicon, Neil will be responsible for directing the UK regional sales team.  He supported and accomplished significant brand growth at Unistrut and will now develop and transfer these skills to build on his existing solid relationships with electrical wholesalers.

Paul Mildenstein, Flexicon.

Commenting on his new appointment, Neil said: “Flexicon products are renowned for their quality and reliability and so I’m proud to be joining the team and helping to strengthen the brand further here in the UK; offering new enhancements and systems to our valued customers.”

Flexicon managing director Paul Mildenstein added: “This organisational change reinforces our strong commitment of service and customer support and Neil is looking forward to meeting and working with Flexicon’s UK customers to support and develop mutual business growth. 

“We are delighted to welcome him to the team.”


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