The Exertis Supply Chain Services commercial team has been expanded to include a new Business Development Manager, a Commercial Controller and Marketing Manager, while a further Business Development Manager is currently being recruited. The four new positions will support the sales and marketing efforts of the company.
Dan O’Mahony joins as Business Development Manager, bringing with him over 15 years of experience working with companies in developing their supply chains across the EMEA markets. Dan has worked with international brands such as Polaroid, Pinnacle, McAfee, UE Logitech, Xantrex, Samsung Techwin and Lorex to setup logistics, kitting and order processing systems to service European markets. Working with U.S. and Asian companies, Dan managed warehousing, customs compliance, VAT & bond facilities as well as European distribution and returns.
Ed McAuley is the new Commercial Controller for Exertis Supply Chain Services, and has 13 years of commercial and business development experience. Previously Ed worked with Microsoft, where he was responsible for customer profitability and market segment growth. He also spent over 10 years with Diageo where he worked worldwide to help grow the brand portfolio in emerging markets.
New Marketing Manager, Stephen Davis, has over 10 years’ experience in marketing, sales and business development having worked in both private and public sectorroles in Ireland and overseas. Prior to joining the company, Stephen was Marketing Manager for the technology transfer office in Dublin Institute of Technology, where he was involved in supporting start-up companies through intellectal property licensing and incubation programmes.
Commenting on the new hires, Leo Hassett, Exertis Supply Chain Services Commercial Director said: “The addition of these new resources brings a diverse wealth of experience and competency to our commercial team, which will greatly support our efforts in entering new markets and executing our business growth strategy.”