CP Cases: The 1-year milestone for our UK Sales Engineer
Article from CP Cases
Mon 07, 12 2020
CP Cases has a long-standing tradition of making high quality ruggedised transportable cases; with trading starting back in 1971. Our products range from off the shelf items right through to completely customised cases which are used to transport a vast range of items. The experience learnt from the varied products we have designed gives us a huge wealth of knowledge for us to help find the correct case solutions for you.
That knowledge is an important part of working for CP Cases, which is why it is always a pleasure when we can celebrate an employee’s milestone with the company. Our UK Sales Engineer Stuart Watson has now been working with us for a year (how time flies).
Originally from a motorsport background, Stuart has a huge range of work experience behind him that he has adapted and grown in his 1st year in the role. His responsibilities centre around focusing on our UK sales and working with our customers to help them find the right solution and fit to their requirements.
Covering a large range of complex products from rucksacks for potability within the communication industry, to Rotomoulded plastic cases for missiles within the Defence and Aerospace sectors. Aluminium 19” racks for offshore research projects, to wooden cases that ship medical robots around the world. Stuart has expanded and developed his skillset and demonstrated a real passion for what he does.
Will all of the uncertainty of this year and the absence of face-to-face, Stuart has worked around the clock to keep our prospect lines warm and kept building those needed relationships with new leads and existing clients.
A few works from Stuart on his first year at the company:
“It is great to come and work in a company with such a strong and interesting history, with such varied products, technology and markets. It keeps everyday interesting.”
We are confident that Stuart will continue to grow within his role at CP Cases, and we are excited to see what other experiences and knowledge he can bring in the years to follow.
A note from our Commercial Director, Fiona Haggerty:
“Using a combination of CP’s 50 years’ experience and his own technical experience Stuart has worked hard to understand our customer’s needs.
We look forward to working with Stuart over the next 12 months and beyond when we expect to grow and sustain our place in the UK market.”
Some of you may have spoken to Stuart already and if not, why not give him a call. Find out more about how he can help with any technical queries or inquiries you may have.
Call: 0208 8568 1881 or email: email@example.com
Based on your recent activity and preferences we recommend the following pieces of content
This informal session offers advice on how to enter the world of Audio Engineering from a UK perspective, including: How to find job opportunities Knowledge requiremen...
IABM78 days ago
Logarithmic Periodic Antennas in “Wittenberg” As part of a major customer order, a total of 19 FM panel antenna systems at 14 German radio stations were re...
By Dr. Paul Mamok, Kathrein Broadcast GmbH 170 days ago
Skyline Communications is the global leading supplier of end-to-end multi-vendor NMS, OSS and orchestration software solutions for the broadband and media industry. It...
IABM187 days ago
GatesAir provides complete solutions for over-the-air radio and television broadcasting, leveraging wireless spectrum to maximize performance for multichannel, mission...
IABM187 days ago
Mediaproxy Case Study: AMC NewtworksAMC Networks International (AMCNI) is the global distribution division of US cable operator and entertainment media group AMC Netwo...
IABM271 days ago
Peter Ross Managing Director, CP Cases Please give us an overview of CP Cases’ product range and vertical and geographic markets you serve. CP Cases are designers and ...
IABM701 days ago
Measuring Maturity in the BaM Content Chain Lorenzo Zanni (Head of Insight & Analysis, IABM) Introducing the BaM™ Content Chain Maturity model. This new pr...
IABM807 days ago
This article has been taken from issue 107 of the IABM Journal. The full Journal can be accessed here. 1 Allow enough time. Allow for all eventualities such as customs...
IABM809 days ago