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Toni Oldfield joins Marshall Fleet Solutions’ Tail Lift division

Toni Oldfield joins Marshall Fleet Solutions’ Tail Lift division

Marshall Fleet Solutions has appointed Toni Oldfield to the position of Business Growth and Customer Experience Manager within the Marshall Tail Lift (MTL) Division. The appointment represents the Cambridge-based company’s plans to expand its national tail lift business.

Oldfield joined the company in May this year in this newly created position, and reports directly to Stanley Backhouse, Head of Business Stream for the company’s growing Tail Lift Division.

Commenting on Toni’s appointment Backhouse said: “Toni has responsibility for managing and setting the relevant business growth and customer experience objectives within the Tail Lift Division, working closely with the Tail Lift Divisional management team and Regional Team Coordinators. In addition, she will be implementing and maintaining a division–wide coaching programme to support local lead and national account sales generation.”

Prior to joining Marshall Fleet Solutions, Oldfield has extensive experience within the fleet services industry and for the last 12 years has worked for Europcar, both within a branch manager role managing multiple branches and, more recently, as management development consultant working to train and develop the sales force and management team to increase growth and drive sales.

With unrivalled expertise, the Marshall Tail Lift Division works with its customers to ensure that they only supply the products that will work for the environment in which the customer is operating, all of which is backed up by the largest and most experienced dedicated installation and service team within the UK transport industry.

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