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Royal Wolf appoints new Business Development Manager

Royal Wolf appoints new Business Development Manager

Royal Wolf, the largest supplier of shipping containers in Australasia, has appointed Franceine Wilson as Business Development Manager as it continues to expand in the New Zealand market.

With growing awareness around the versatility of containers, and ongoing demand in key areas such as construction, storage, and semi-permanent worker accommodation, Royal Wolf has undergone widespread expansion in the last two years and is now in 12 centres around the country.

Gavin Mortlock, Royal Wolf National Manager - Key Accounts, says Franceine’s expertise in developing business relationships and account management will be key to maintaining and growing existing customer relationships as well as identifying new business opportunities.

“Containers have become a part of the landscape in New Zealand being used for simple storage solutions through to having widespread use in the construction and infrastructure sectors.

"There is huge potential for Royal Wolf to grow and diversify even further as companies and customers start to realise the diverse uses containers can be used for and Franceine will be tapping into these opportunities,” he says.

Prior to joining Royal Wolf, Wilson held an account manager role at building supplies merchant Carters, and as business development manager at Interior Design by Marseille.

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