Wednesday, 30 November 2016 10:09

Making headway

There have been some well-earned promotions and new appointments at WearCheck recently. Here, we introduce you to the new folk in their new positions…

Our man in the Middle East (image 3)
Peter Safadi recently joined the WearCheck family as the regional manager: Middle East, based at WearCheck PM in Dubai.  Peter has spent over 40 years running businesses in the Middle East, including Jeddah, Riyadh, Oman, Bahrain, Egypt, Spain, Morocco and even Iraq. His main focus to date has been on electronics and hydraulics and managing a steel factory. He recently travelled to South Africa to meet the team at WearCheck head office.

Our foreign figure watcher (image 1)
Brandon Bisunath is in the hotseat as one of WearCheck’s two foreign operations book-keepers, where he handles the accounts for the company’s cross-border operations in Zambia, Mozambique and Ghana. Armed with a B.Comm degree from UKZN, and work experience in a shipping company (accounts and finance) and an oil company (logistics), Brandon keeps track of WearCheck’s foreign currency accounting.

Our lady in sales (image 4)
Juliané de Beer has already been part of the WearCheck team for two years, and recently moved across into the sales development arena from customer support. Juliané, who holds a certificate in Business Management, travels many kilometres every day to visit existing customers as well as potential new ones.

Our Steelpoort team (image 2 & 5)
Thomas Madlala has been promoted to business development and technical support at WearCheck Steelpoort.

Josephine Rakolota has been appointed as sales and customer support at WearCheck Steelpoort, with an in depth knowledge of WearCheck’s customers, having provided customer support for 17 years for the company.

Our Witbank worker (image 6)
Dennis Swanepoel has been promoted to branch co-ordinator for WearCheck Witbank, having worked with the company for fourteen years as an analyst and a site manager.

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