NEW UK KEY ACCOUNTS MANAGER JOINS PAGID

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Brake specialist TMD Friction has appointed Phil Woodcock as UK Key Accounts Manager for Pagid – the UK’s biggest selling brake brand.

Having spent 35 years in sales and marketing, with 25 of those in key positions in the automotive industry, Phil has extensive experience providing international marketing and operational solutions within the friction sector.

In his new position, Phil will be responsible for managing and promoting the Pagid brand in the UK market. This will include driving sales through Euro Car Parts and further-cementing Pagid’s position as the leading OE-brand in the UK market.

Sylvie Layec, TMD Friction Sales Director Western Europe & Pan-European Accounts, commented,

“We welcome Phil as TMD Friction UK Key Accounts Manager, and we have every confidence that he will grow the Pagid brand further. He certainly comes with plenty of excellent experience, and has the standards of quality and attention to detail that is synonymous with TMD Friction.”.

Commenting on his appointment, Phil said,

“Having been involved in the automotive braking market for many years, it’s wonderful to be joining a highly regarded brand that is part of the global leader in brake friction technology.  TMD Friction’s manufacturing and R&D facilities are second to none, and the quality that the workforce produces is why the Pagid brand has such loyalty. I’m very much looking forward to taking Pagid to the next level in terms of sales and customer service”.

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