Earley Ornamentals expands sales team

by | Aug 26, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Due to growing demand and increasing customer base, leading independent UK producer and supplier of young plants, Earley Ornamentals, has expanded its sales team with the appointment of Rob Swift as area sales executive.

Rob will be responsible for managing customers throughout the North West of England, the Midlands and Scotland. The role will involve supporting existing customers and developing new relationships with potential clients.

With extensive sales experience in the horticulture sector after managing his own plant growing business, Rob has also worked for Syngenta, spent two years in fertilizers sales and four years selling horticultural plastics such as packs, pots, containers and trays for Desch-Plantpak.

Commenting on the new appointment Earley Ornamentals? managing director Simon Earley said: ?We are delighted to welcome Rob to the Earley team. His vast sector experience and in-depth horticultural knowledge will help to develop our sales strategy here at Earley and will also be invaluable in supporting all our customers.?

Committed to producing quality young plants for the UK market, Earley Ornamentals is a leading, independent business that is proud to be the selected partner for many of the UK’s leading commercial and retail growers.

With an extensive product range of high quality stock designed to meet the needs of today’s professional growers, over 180m young plants, made up of 1,700 varieties, are grown each year at Earley?s state-of-the-art 12-acre site near Thirsk, North Yorkshire.

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