H K Wentworth Names New Commercial Director

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The directors and shareholders of H K Wentworth, the parent company of Electrolube and AF International, announced the appointment of Robert Crosby-Clarke to the board of directors as commercial director. Robert has devoted an impressive 24 years of service to the company and prior to this promotion held the positions of European general manager for Electrolube and AF International followed by European brand director for Electrolube.

Crosby-Clarke is a well-known personality at the company and has always worked closely with customers. He brings a wealth of technical knowledge and extensive sales experience to his new commercial director role. In his new executive position, Crosby-Clarke will be responsible for helping the company maintain its consistent trajectory of growth and monitoring the company’s present activities in the marketplace as well as identifying new market opportunities based on trends and expectations for the future. 

Crosby-Clarke said, “I’m delighted to be taking on the position of commercial director. I will be working hard, along with the team, to develop new commercial opportunities while driving future growth across the group’s divisions. ”

Ron Jakeman, managing director of H K Wentworth said, “We are very pleased to appoint Robert as commercial director to the board of directors at H K Wentworth.  It is a well-deserved promotion to a very capable and committed professional. Robert is a great people-person with strong management skills, an ability to convey complex ideas well and a good instinct for business. We wish him every success in his new role at the company. H K Wentworth has big plans ahead and with Robert in place and an excellent team, we are in a superb position to build on the successes we have generated and expand the company further.”

For more information, please visit www.hkw.co.uk



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