New members of staffDilluns, 14 november 2016
In recent months, Salicru has appointed a number of new members of staff to different areas of the company.
In the management area, Nuno Caetano is the new Director of Salicru Portugal, one of the six subsidiaries that the company has in various countries. His responsibilities will include commercial and technical management. Nuno has gained more than 25 years of professional experience in the power electronics market.
In the commercial area, Guillermo Pueyo has joined the company as manager responsible for engineering accounts. His mission will be to reinforce the presence and specification of our brand in technical projects promoted by these consultancies. Based in the Madrid office, his area of responsibility will be the entire Spanish market.
And in the technical area, we have strengthened the services we offer in Guipúzcoa, Galicia and Andorra.
In the first case, with the opening of a new Technical Support and Services office in San Sebastián to cover Guipúzcoa and Navarra, which will be headed up by Antonio Corta and José Mª Ocón.
In Galicia, we have reinforced our technical support services with a second technician, José Antonio Lamas.
And in Andorra, Salicru has reached an agreement with the company, Servei Elèctric Monroc, from Andorra la Vella to provide technical coverage to all of the company’s customers and equipment in the Principality.
We welcome all of them and wish them great success in their new professional ventures.
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