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New role puts focus on customer support at Ring

Date: 20-Mar-2017

Ring, the leading supplier of vehicle lighting, auto electric and car accessories supplier to the automotive aftermarket, has appointed Paul Gorton as the company’s first Technical Sales Engineer, to further enhance the customer experience and provide a more in-depth after sales support service. 

A fully qualified Auto-Electrician, Paul has more than 40 years’ experience in the automotive sector, having previously worked as Lead Auto Electrician in vehicle conversion and installation. 

Building on his knowledge and expertise, Paul is responsible for providing Ring’s van conversion clients with dedicated support, from initial purchase through to after sales and beyond. 

Gorton comments: “I am extremely pleased to be a part of the Ring team, it’s great to work for an organisation that offers its customers such an extensive range of products and services. My new role is certainly challenging, but also extremely rewarding.

“Everyone at Ring has made me feel very welcome, I’m really enjoying working closely with clients, meeting new people and being a part of this exciting and promising extension to the business.”

Ian Hay, Specialist Divisions Manager for Ring, comments: “We are pleased to welcome Paul to Ring, he is already proving to be an asset to the team and is building a great rapport with our customers. 

“Paul’s role has allowed us to offer our van conversion clients technical support with their projects from start to finish, which is proving to be very popular. We are hoping to extend this service to include a wider range of vehicles soon.”

Ring has supported the automotive aftermarket for more than 40 years. Recognised for innovation and delivering ranges that are known for performance and quality, the company continues to produce world-class products that have become firm favourites amongst professional technicians.

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