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Keyline Boost Rail Team with Woollard Appointment

Keyline has further expanded its National Rail Division with the appointment of George Woollard as Sales Negotiator. He will be based at the companys new National Rail Office in Northfleet, Kent and becomes part of the business development and technical support team tasked with driving growth within the rail sector.

He joins Keyline from builders merchant and civil engineering group WT Burdenswhere he worked as a Sales Negotiator specialising in the rail industry. Prior to this he spent a number of years in stock control and procurement roles for construction, installation, maintenance and civil engineering company Concept Rail.

In his new role, George will be responsible for working closely with rail customers including MAFA, track work, Network Rail, Crossrail and London Underground contractors. This will include processing orders, handling enquiries, providing technical and logistical advice, and arranging out-of-hours emergency support for possession work, as well as ensuring all aspects of rail compliance is met across the supply chain.

Richard Wade, Rail Sector Manager at Keyline said: We have achieved growth of more than 35 per cent over the past 12 months, so we are actively expanding our business development and technical support team to ensure we have the people in place to meet the precise needs of our customers. George will bring an understanding of the operational challenges faced by contractors within the rail sector, meaning he is well-placed to help deliver a high quality service that minimises risk and provides total peace of mind.

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