Radecal Machines Sales has reported continued growth for 2015 in all areas of the business, and has hired four new members of staff in key areas.
Due to the huge success at a number of exhibitions this year along with further growth in the UK and European markets, Radecal is delighted to announce the addition of Alex Forsyth, Anthony Wilson, Paul Bailey and Rebecca Greener to the Radecal family.
With high demand for CNC routers, laser cutters and printers - both large format and 3D - Radecal has added staff members to their technical, engineering, warehousing and marketing departments.
Chris Economides, Managing Director, says: “We have had another great growth year and are continuing to look at areas in which we want to offer better service and more effective best practices.
“We have some exciting new machine launches over the next few months and bringing on new blood to help us support and sell this equipment was an important step for us.
“With this in mind we have recruited four new staff which we feel will add real value to our business both for us and our customers.”
Alex Forsyth, 21, and Anthony Wilson, 24, have started on Level 3 Apprenticeship courses and will bring knowledge and experience from previous roles and qualifications to their new positions in technical support and warehousing. Alex and Anthony are hard working individuals who are gaining valuable experience and onsite training as well as qualifications for the future.
Paul Bailey is a great addition to the Engineering department as a Service Engineer who will work across the UK and Europe on CNC routers and laser machines. Paul has over 20 years experience working all over the world undertaking installations, repairs and services on different types of industrial machinery.
Rebecca Greener, 22, has joined the team following on from her undergraduate First Class Degree in BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism and previously working for an Alternative Clothing manufacturer in Newcastle. Rebecca manages all marketing, advertising and event organising duties for Radecal Machine Sales, posting daily on all social media platforms and sending out weekly email marketing newsletters.
She says: “I was a bit worried at first that the transition from fashion to industrial machinery would be too much for me, but it hasn’t been at all. I have settled in so well, and after two months of working here I am getting to grips with the machine models and what they do.”