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Kinesys' Expansion Plans continue by welcoming Cristiano Giavedoni on-board

Kinesys' Expansion Plans continue by welcoming Cristiano Giavedoni on-board


UK based Kinesys' expansion plans continue to unfold with the news that they have

employed Cristiano Giavedoni in the role of Marketing and Business Director as part of their current business development plan.

Dave Weatherhead, Managing Director at Kinesys explains further, "In 2011 we started phase 1 of our consolidation and growth strategy by tripling the floor space that we occupy and by creating a brand new training and education zone in our new building. This allowed us to provide an enlarged support and training centre for both our customers and end users alike.

Now in 2012 phase 2 of our strategy sees us increasing our staffing levels to where we have all the resources in place to continue our growth.

I am delighted to be able to welcome Cristiano on board with Kinesys, his skills and knowledge along with his vision and insight into the industry align perfectly with our own. Cristiano's energy and passion for the industry is fantastic and I know that will come across in every aspect of his work here at Kinesys."

Cristiano Giavedoni has previously provided business consulting services to Columbus McKinnon, one of the world's largest and most popular producers of chain hoists and prior to that was the product manager for rigging equipment at Litec in Italy.

He currently sits on several international standards committees and has extensive knowledge of the industry and the legislation surrounding it that is second to none.

Cristiano adds, "I am delighted to be joining the team at Kinesys, I have always admired the products they have created and their approach to customers in general and I am very excited to be involved in their future development"

Kinesys will be exhibiting their product range including some exciting new additions on stand 2-Q4 at the PLASA 2012 trade show at Earls Court from September 9th to 12th.

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