A former estate agent with a dazzling record for success has been added to the sales arm of leading Northamptonshire electrical and mechanical contractor RK Electrical Mechanical Services.
RK Electrical Mechanical Services has strengthened its employment team, with Richard Panter joining the company as Head of Sales and New Business.
Richard is a former estate agent with more than 25 years’ sales negotiation experience in the area, spending the majority of his career at firms in Northamptonshire and Leicestershire.
Richard now provides advice to customers on how best to meet their electrical and mechanical requirements and has a particular focus on developing the company’s relationships not only with more local, domestic clients but also in the larger industrial and commercial sectors.
He said: “Having a background in estate agency provides me with a range of transferable skills. Over the years I have built up a host of contacts in the local area and I am looking forward to building on this in my new role as well as helping to meet the needs of those I already know.
“I will be located at the company’s headquarters in Desborough, anyone wishing to discuss their needs is invited to pop in for a friendly chat over a cup of coffee.”
In addition to his wealth of experience in the sales arena, Richard is a keen sportsman, still playing cricket for Rothwell Town Cricket Club’s first team in the Northants County League.
Rory Keir, Managing Director at RK Electrical Mechanical Services, said: “We’re proud of the rich and varied experience of our team. The appointment of Richard will further enhance the level of service and value we provide to all of our customers. We look forward to working with Richard, an impressive professional, and welcoming him to the team.”
RK Electrical Mechanical Services has offices at The Old Poultry Farm, Stoke Albany Road, Desborough. They provide electrical and mechanical (plumbing) services with a focus on professionalism, efficiency and building great relationships with their clients all over the UK.