PCL announces new board of directors

Taking up the helm as PCL’s new managing director is Mark Trolley. Having been with the business for over 15 years and sales director of Borri for the past five, Mr Trolley has played an instrumental role in doubling the company’s turnover, securing the its position as one of most highly regarded UPS businesses in the country.

Supporting Mr Trolley to ensure that all finances are in order and working to enhance in-house business processes, Tom Nicholson has been appointed finance director. A Chartered Accountant (ACA) with a keen eye for detail, Mr Nicholson combines a unique personal and pragmatic approach to business, which has earned him the greatest amount of respect with both the PCL board of directors and the company’s employees.

PCL’s new sales director is Matt de Frece. With nearly a decade’s worth of experience in the UPS field, Mr de Frece has a proven aptitude for identifying new niche market opportunities. In addition to further broadening the company’s sales scope, Mr de Frece is also charged with strengthening the company’s nationwide sales force.

Rounding off PCL’s new board of directors is Rob Mather, who takes up the position of service sales director and offers impressive commercial, technical and relationship management credentials. Mr Mather heads up one of company’s core departments and is responsible for ensuring smooth service delivery and divisional growth.

Commenting on the company’s latest announcement, Mr Trolley said, ‘I am extremely proud to be steering the company through its exciting new chapter. Industry response to the rebrand has been extremely positive and we have just posted record sales figures for Q1, which is a true testament to the immense dedication and hard work demonstrated by all of my team at PCL.

Formerly Borri, PCL rebranded in January 2015 to allow the company to showcase and develop its portfolio including its wider pool of equipment, technical services and project solutions. This scope also further emphasises PCL’s commitment to delivering tailored power protection solutions for the UK and overseas markets.

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