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Tornado appoints two new business managers

Published: 21 November 2008
Phil Stagg and Kenny Sharman bring years of experience to the construction products firm, which intends to strengthen its UK reach.
Tornado appoints two new business managers
Mr Stagg will be responsible for the South West and Wales, while Mr Sharman will help grow the business in the Midlands and West Yorkshire.

Both professionals have a number of years experience in the fixings industry and Tornado believes their technical knowledge will be 'a boon to customers'.

Now a member of UNIMER and a preferred supplier to Brandon Hire, Tornado develops and distributes gas power tools, cartridge tool systems and construction fasteners to hire outlets and builders merchant stockists.

Manager Alan Thorn said: "Tornado's reputation for its comprehensive stock and advice service offered by experienced staff has been enhanced by Phil and Kenny joining the talented team we have."

He added: "In these tough trading times we all need to be at the top of our game and these professionals will keep up the momentum."

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