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Flexicon Appoints Business Development Manager for Rail and Hazardous Areas

15 December 2015

As part of its ongoing growth strategy, flexible conduit manufacturer Flexicon has appointed Ian Hobbs as a dedicated business development manager to focus on the rail and hazardous area markets. Hobbs has over 20 years experience in sales and business development including more than 10 years working for 3M’s communications and electrical divisions, where he focused on the rail sector and in the oil and gas markets.

Ian Hobbs
Ian Hobbs

Says Tim Creedon, sales and marketing director for Flexicon:  “Both rail and markets where hazardous area solutions are required are key areas where we can add value and offer new solutions.  As a company we are identifying opportunities and markets in both the UK and internationally where we can really focus our expertise.  This is one of many key appointments that we are making to further drive forwards our sales and assist our customers in choosing critical cable protection solutions using flexible conduit.”

Says Hobbs:  “Flexicon already has an established reputation in both of these markets and my focus is to maximise the opportunities available.  Together with the specialised engineering support that we have for both areas, it allows us to focus on the very particular requirements for these safety critical sectors.”

The appointment is part of an ongoing investment by Flexicon in both personnel and production with the company expanding in both the UK and international markets.

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