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Keyline appoints geotechnics business development manager

chris metcalf

Civils and drainage solution Keyline has appointed Chris Metcalf as business development manager for geotechnics in Scotland and the North.

Metcalf will work with Keyline’s business development director, Emma Ward, to increase the company’s productivity and growth.

With over 24 years’ experience in sales and management, Metcalf was most recently a business distribution partner for Tensar, managing accounts for three UK distributors, including Keyline.

Metcalf said of his appointment: “I’m excited to be working for Keyline as the company grows further as an industry leader. Keyline embodies inspiration, which is why I was so keen to join the team; from the company’s sustainability initiative, Zero to Landfill, to its legacy and focus on empowering staff to make a difference – Keyline goes over and above, whilst still maintaining a successful business. It’s all about encouraging our workers to be the best in their field, and providing them with the right tools and necessary knowledge to achieve this goal.”

Ward added: “Chris and I have a similar outlook and goals. We both believe that empowering staff is key to ensuring the company’s success, and this is something we are excited to work on together. Chris brings a lot of experience and expertise that I know will benefit Keyline as a business. We are keen to create symbiotic relationships with our clients and Chris’ appointment will help us to further achieve this.”

 

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