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Perpetuum appoints sales manager for UK & Ireland

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Perpetuum, the global leader in the use of self-powered, wireless sensing technology, has appointed Stephen Pole as sales manager for the UK & Ireland. 

Stephen, who will be based in Derby, brings almost 30 years of working in high technology companies to the role.  He was previously a key account manager at SNC-Lavalin Rail & Transit, where he was responsible for all commercial and business development activities with clients such as Network Rail.

“I believe I have joined Perpetuum at a very exciting time for the company,” Stephen commented. “Our cutting-edge products and solutions are making a positive difference throughout the rail industry, helping to transform railway and fleet management.

“I am most looking forward to being part of this innovative and successful team whilst helping to position Perpetuum as the preferred supplier of choice for RCM solutions. Helping our clients improve efficiency, safety and reliability of their fleets will be paramount.”

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