Miller prepares for Brexit with two new appointments

North east England-based excavator attachment manufacturer Miller has made two new appointments which it says will help it build growth whilst preparing for Brexit.
Ancillary Equipment / September 11, 2020
 John-Paul Calvert (left) and Scott Taylor
John-Paul Calvert (left) and Scott Taylor

Scott Taylor joins Miller as the sales & applications engineering director, where he will be responsible for global business development with new and existing customers whilst providing global leadership and direction of all Miller original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and dealer sales activities.

John-Paul Calvert joins Miller as sales manager, where in his new role he will develop and sustain strong customer relationships and be heavily involved developing sales strategies throughout the UK.

Miller manufactures and supplies attachment solutions worldwide to earthmoving OEMs, OEM dealers, and global excavator end users. With less than 80 days before the end of the transition period when the UK leaves the EU, Miller says it is making it a priority to have the right team in place to prepare for Brexit and beyond.

Before joining Miller, Scott Taylor served with AAF International for 30 years, and during this time he became a qualified engineer serving on various international committees and also ISO. In 2009, he moved into the aftermarket group as global sales and aftermarket Manager, managing a global team of sales and applications engineers.

In 2017, he took on a new role within AAF of new product introduction & market development manager, where he was responsible for the strategic planning and launching new technologies, growing a new business unit and positioning them as industry leaders in the oil & gas space.

"Innovation is at the core of this company and the team are constantly looking to push technology boundaries to ensure that products are at the forefront of safety standards, earthmoving efficiency, durability and value,” said Taylor.

Prior to joining Miller, John-Paul Calvert also worked for AAF International where he was the market development leader and responsible for ensuring consistent, profitable growth in sales revenues for the company’s new filtration product within the UK and Ireland.

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