Campey Turf Care Systems appoints export sales manager

Fine-turf machinery specialist David Harrison has been appointed export sales manager for Campey Turf Care Systems.

He joins the company from SISIS where he has spent the past 33 years in numerous roles, most recently working as sales director.

Harrison will be responsible for developing sales growth throughout Campey’s existing markets in Europe and elsewhere as well as breaking the new markets.

Campey said: "We are at a very exciting stage in the expansion plans of the company and David will play a central part in that future strategy. There is a huge challenge ahead, one that he is extremely well qualified to take on."

Please note that in an earlier version of this story we inadvertently implied Harrison was headhunted, which wasn't the case. Apologies to those involved.


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