July 4, 2022

New Regional Sales Manager for Alto-Shaam in UK

Alto-Shaam, an industry leading foodservice equipment manufacturer, has appointed Scott Taylor to the newly created role of Regional Sales Manager in the United Kingdom.

In his new position, Scott will be responsible for creating and executing sales growth strategies and overseeing customer satisfaction in the UK, as well as providing exceptional support to Alto-Shaam customers and channel partners in his territory, including end-users, chain customers, dealers, distributors and design consultants.

“We are thrilled to welcome Scott to the Alto-Shaam team, as we invest and expand support in the UK,” said Simon Parke-Davis, Vice President of Sales for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). “His extensive industry experience building relationships with end-users, key accounts and channel partners make him a great fit for this new role.”

Scott has significant experience in the foodservice equipment industry spanning 13 years. Prior to joining Alto-Shaam, he was the Head of National Accounts at Victor Manufacturing, where he worked with existing and new key accounts. He also has experience in area sales and business development, working directly with distributors, dealers and consultants.

“It is an honour to join Alto-Shaam, a company known for its innovative products, made of the highest quality,” Scott said. “I look forward to helping our UK partners and customers discover cutting-edge solutions that advance their business.”

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