Keyline Expands National Rail Office

Keyline National Rail Division has expanded its sales and technical support team in response to record demand for civil engineering and specialist products from within the rail sector. Based at the companys National Rail Office in Canning Town, East London, Matt Turner and Alex Winslow have both joined Keyline as National Sales Negotiators.

Keyline Expands National Rail Office


Matt and Alex will be dealing with all rail-related activity and key competencies including technical advice, risk reduction, compliance management and business development. They will both play a key role developing and maintaining Keyline National Rail Divisions expanding customer base within the sector.

Matt previously spent three years working within the rail sector for civil engineering and building materials supplier Burdens in Sittingbourne, Kent, and prior to this worked for a plumbing merchant. Meanwhile, Alex spent more than two years in a Sales Negotiator role for Burdens having joined the company from a building and timber merchant.

Richard Wade,Rail Sector Manager at Keyline commented: Our National Rail Office provides a single point of contact to deliver high levels of service for all order, product and stock management, and technical service requirements. These further appointments mean we remain best placed to meet the precise needs of all MAFA, track work, civil engineering and building contractors, as well as rail organisations such as Network Rail and London Underground.

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