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Hako Invests in Key Management Roles

In order to accommodate its burgeoning growth demands, Hako Australia has made three key executive appointments. “Consolidating what have already been three very successful years for Hako Australia, 2011 brings further investment to solidify an already strengthening market position,” stated managing director Frank Cupido.

Noel Moynes, Hako Australia’s Queensland state sales manager has been promoted to the newly created position of national sales manager. “Noel, who has been with Hako Australia for more than 15 years, is highly regarded among his industry peers and is well deserving of such a key promotion,” Cupido noted. “Noel will comfortably take the national sales team and distribution network to its next phase of development for 2011 and beyond.”

Glen Fuller has been appointed to NSW sales manager – industrial. An additional sales person to the Hako team, he will contribute to continued development and support of the entire business.

Pamela Bourne has been appointed Hako’s national marketing executive. She is business degree qualified majoring in marketing and brings seven years of valuable business to business marketing experience, both to end users and a global distribution network.

Hako Australia will be participating in Cleanscene 2011, Melbourne, this April. There will be numerous new products and innovations on display, showcasing the highest quality of German and Australian design and technology.

Hako Australia is also proud to announce it is the Platinum Sponsor for AUSCLEAN 2011 at the Gold Coast, 27th and 28th September.

“At Hako we love what we do and we are engaged in making a difference within the industry and our environment. That’s why we are excited to be the Platinum Sponsor of the AUSCLEAN Convention for 2011,” Cupido enthused.

From left, Noel Moynes, Pamela Bourne and Glen Fuller.