Trilanco expands sales team with the appointment of two area managers

by | Aug 1, 2017 | Community, News | 0 comments

Trilanco Ltd has appointed two new area managers to support the trade sales of Harry Hall International?s brands across the UK.

The Lancashire-based agricultural, equine and pet wholesaler announced its exclusive UK trade sales and trade distribution rights of Harry Hall International earlier in July 2017. The deal further enhances the range of equine and pet products available to retail customers.?Angela Pearson joins Trilanco from Harry Hall where she worked for 16-years in a variety of roles including area sales manager. Angela will cover the North of England and Scotland.

Angela commented: ?I?m really excited to be working for Trilanco, a growing and forward-thinking wholesaler who is looking to grow and support the retail trade.?

Charlotte Ridge also joins Trilanco from Harry Hall. Charlotte has over three-years trade sales experience and will cover the South of England up to Staffordshire, Leicestershire and Norfolk, including the Channel Islands and Isle of Wight.?Charlotte said: ?I?m looking forward to meeting with retail customers to share the great range of products now available through Trilanco.?

Both Angela and Charlotte are qualified City & Guilds hat and body protector fitters.?Outside of work, Angela has four horses and a Beagle. Charlotte has ridden and owned horses from a young age and currently has two horses.

The new roles are in addition to Trilanco?s area sales team who support retailers across the UK and Ireland.

Martin Balmer, Trilanco?s managing director, said: ?Angela and Charlotte?s expertise and knowledge will help to ensure Trilanco remains a leader in the equine and pet wholesaler market. The roles will help support trade customers with a much-extended range of equine and pet products.?

Trilanco is now selling Harry Hall International?s Spring/Summer 2018 range to trade including well-known brands Harry Hall, Caldene, Masta, and Protechmasta.

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