All change at TTC

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Three new recruits and movers in the ranks of TTC. The commercial vehicle components supplier has announced the appointments of three new members of its product team.

Firstly, Sue Grainger has joined TTC as a product manager. Sue comes from ArvinMeritor where she was marketing publication manager. Sue has a wealth of experience within the automotive aftermarket, particularly in CV applications.

Sue will be using her skills for managing products, working with marketing and purchasing, and launching new ranges and promoting new business growth.

Sue said: “I wanted to develop my career in product management and see this as the perfect opportunity to do so with a highly respected organisation. I have been warmly welcomed to the team and it is immediately evident  that the teams work closely together.”

The next move is Nic Sipson who has already been working in TTC’s technical department for the past five years.

Nic is looking forward to his new role at TTC as a product assistant where he believes he will be adding his extensive technical expertise and support to the team.

And last but by no means least; Robin Wasteney has also joined TTC’s product team. Robin has already worked at TTC as well as Unipart for over 18 years. He has worked in the motor industry for his entire life, and believes the TTC product team will benefit from his experience and engineering know-how.

Robin said: “I enjoy working at TTC – it’s a challenging role that is also rewarding.”

Darren Miller, TTC’s head of marketing said: “We welcome these new appointments internally and externally and we hope they will enjoy their new roles at TTC.  This is an exciting time for the business, and as we continue to grow and partner with market leading brands, we will continue to expand our team.”

Published by Darrenmoss

CAT magazine's in-house reporter and self-confessed petrol head

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