Engineering firm Koso Kent Introl has adopted a new sales structure that will support the future global development of the business and focus on customers’ evolving needs.
Koso Kent Introl (KKI) is a leading valve company, offering engineering and manufacturing excellence to its UK and international oil and gas customers.
David Limb has been appointed KKI’s marketing and business development director, from his previous role of sales director.
Stuart Billingham has been promoted from within the business to the position of sales director.
He has responsibility for creating and implementing sales initiatives that understand and meet customer needs, while focusing on client acquisition and retention.
Denis Westcott, KKI’s managing director, said: “This restructure allows us to implement a key account philosophy that better understands our clients’ needs and future sector trends.
“It ensures that we innovate, control and develop products that meet the ongoing valve needs of the oil, gas, refinery and power markets.
“These latest changes also ensure that clients can access KKI’s expertise and product support throughout the whole sales process, from placing orders to after-sales service.”
Earlier this year KKI, which is based on Armytage Road in Brighouse, scooped the title of “Business of the Year” at the Brighouse Echo Business Awards 2014.