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Friday, 28 November 2014

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Domestic business boom for successful Cumbrian exporter

A Cumbrian firm that built its reputation as an exporter is now experiencing a boom in domestic demand.

Totalpost, of Alston, exports its mailroom services and office equipment to 24 countries around the world.

The firm is now seeing demand for its services take off in the UK and bosses have built a new sales team to cope with the increased work.

The firm, which was named best small firm in the CN Group Business Awards 2011, has taken on Terry Dellar as UK sales manager and Barry Peeling and Mark Wright as territory sales managers.

Managing director David Hymers said: “We’ve witnessed continued growth over the last 10 years.

“The establishing of a UK-focused sales team is natural progression for us.”

 

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