Versalift UK appoints sales lead

By Euan Youdale05 May 2022

Versalift United Kingdom has appointed Chris Wrenn as head of sales.

Wrenn will be responsible for the execution and delivery of the sales strategy for Versalift and Ruthmann products. Time Manufacturing, parent company of Versalift, acquired Ruthmann in early 2021.

Chris Wrenn & Andy Bray Chris Wrenn (left) and Andy Bray, Versalift UK. (Photo: Versalift).

Reporting directly to Managing Director, Andy Bray, Wrenn will now play an active role within the UK senior management team. He will work closely with the UK and European teams, coordinating product launches, brand campaigns and other sales initiatives focusing on the needs of the customer and aligned with the vision of the business.

Wrenn joined the company in 2015 having started with Metropolitan Fencing in 1995, before moving into the access industry in 2008 when he joined Loxam as a branch manager, switching to Platform Hire in 2011.

Commenting on his appointment, Wrenn said, “I am at Versalift at a very exciting time, and I look forward to continuing to develop the brands to accommodate our growing business. Versalift’s values and principles of ensuring that we strive to manufacture products that provide best in class performance and meet a quality standard that exceeds customer expectations resonate with me, and I am delighted to be a part of such a forward-thinking and customer-focused organisation.”

Visit Versalift and Ruthman, including Wrenn and the team, at Vertikal Days at the East of England Showground, UK, 11-12 May.

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