Raft of promotions and appointments at Brewer & Bunney

Brewer & Bunney, the South West based commercial and industrial laundry equipment distributor, has strengthened its market position with two promotions and five appointments at its Redruth office.

Lee Harris has been promoted to general manager and is now responsible for the day-to-day running of Brewer & Bunney and overseeing the company’s finances. Prior to his promotion, Harris spent 14 years with Brewer & Bunney in the role of finance controller before being promoted to finance director five years ago.

The business, which established a partnership with Wolf Laundry, the UK’s leading supplier of commercial laundry and warewashing equipment last year, has appointed three new engineers. Dan Burgess, Darren Ebbrell and Anthony Watts, who have five, twelve and fifteen years of experience respectively, join as service engineers, and Lee Thornsby as an installation engineer. They join the existing eight-strong, highly skilled team of engineers.

Chris Standing has been appointed to the role of service manager and is responsible for running the service department including parts and warehouse. Standing brings a wealth of experience having previously worked as transport and facilities manager at Falfish Limited and Ocean Fish Limited, as well as serving in the Army’s Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers (R.E.M.E) for 13 years.

Karen Lanyon has been promoted from customer service adviser to spare parts manager. In addition, Gail Hamer has been appointed as service controller and is responsible for booking in service calls with the engineers, organising jobs and follow-up calls to arrange for parts to be fit. Chris Solman and Grant Andrewartha conclude the new appointments after being appointed as sales area manager and warehouse and installations coordinator respectively.

Dan Riley, Wolf Laundry’s joint managing director said: “Since it was founded 40 years ago, Brewer & Bunney has built a strong, talented and experienced workforce. When we established the partnership last year, Wolf Laundry committed to further nurture, invest and support the team. I want to congratulate Lee and Karen on their well deserved promotions and welcome our new members who have further strengthened the team with their wealth of experience, knowledge and expertise.”

Further benefits to the partnership with Wolf Laundry are that Brewer & Bunney customers not only have access to the highly skilled team based in Redruth, but they can also draw on the extended team’s knowledge and experience too. Wolf Laundry has also invested in Brewer & Bunney’s Redruth headquarters, providing additional IT equipment, as well as updated vanstocks for the service engineers.

Brewer & Bunney, the South West based commercial and industrial laundry equipment distributor, has strengthened its market position with two promotions and five appointments at its Redruth office.

Lee Harris has been promoted to general manager and is now responsible for the day-to-day running of Brewer & Bunney and overseeing the company’s finances. Prior to his promotion, Harris spent 14 years with Brewer & Bunney in the role of finance controller before being promoted to finance director five years ago.

The business, which established a partnership with Wolf Laundry, the UK’s leading supplier of commercial laundry and warewashing equipment last year, has appointed three new engineers. Dan Burgess, Darren Ebbrell and Anthony Watts, who have five, twelve and fifteen years of experience respectively, join as service engineers, and Lee Thornsby as an installation engineer. They join the existing eight-strong, highly skilled team of engineers.

Chris Standing has been appointed to the role of service manager and is responsible for running the service department including parts and warehouse. Standing brings a wealth of experience having previously worked as transport and facilities manager at Falfish Limited and Ocean Fish Limited, as well as serving in the Army’s Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers (R.E.M.E) for 13 years.

Karen Lanyon has been promoted from customer service adviser to spare parts manager. In addition, Gail Hamer has been appointed as service controller and is responsible for booking in service calls with the engineers, organising jobs and follow-up calls to arrange for parts to be fit. Chris Solman and Grant Andrewartha conclude the new appointments after being appointed as sales area manager and warehouse and installations coordinator respectively.

Dan Riley, Wolf Laundry’s joint managing director said: “Since it was founded 40 years ago, Brewer & Bunney has built a strong, talented and experienced workforce. When we established the partnership last year, Wolf Laundry committed to further nurture, invest and support the team. I want to congratulate Lee and Karen on their well deserved promotions and welcome our new members who have further strengthened the team with their wealth of experience, knowledge and expertise.”

Further benefits to the partnership with Wolf Laundry are that Brewer & Bunney customers not only have access to the highly skilled team based in Redruth, but they can also draw on the extended team’s knowledge and experience too. Wolf Laundry has also invested in Brewer & Bunney’s Redruth headquarters, providing additional IT equipment, as well as updated vanstocks for the service engineers.

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