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Suttles Takes on New Sales Manager



Suttles has just taken on sales manager Dave Penney, a new role created due to increased demand. Dave brings with him a wealth of industry knowledge, previously working for a Somerset-based company also selling aggregates.

As part of his role, Dave is selling primary and recycled aggregates, muck away, grab lorry services and the delivery of bulk bags of aggregates to trade customers, including property developers, building contractors, councils, garden centres, landscapers and other commercial entities.

Suttle Stone Quarries’ Commercial Director Roger Funnell, said: “Dave brings with him a wealth of industry experience, having previously worked at Hopkins Concrete in Somerset. He is a welcome addition to the team as demand for our muckaway and aggregate delivery services continue to grow.”

Dave Penney, Suttle Stone Quarries’ new Sales Manager added: “This role is a great opportunity to work for independent, family-run company Suttles. I’m also able to further my skills by working alongside commercial director, Roger, too.”


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