Conveyor Networks appoint Associate Director

Warehouse logistics solutions provider Conveyor Networks have appointed Marcus Uprichard as Associate Director, Sales and Marketing.  Marcus will take overall responsibility for the further development of sales and marketing, especially Conveyor Networks software product ‘Imio’ as the business looks to focus on its recent growth in software led solutions and establish its position in the warehouse software market place.

Marcus has a strong professional sales and business development background in the retail sector and joins us from Tata Beverages where he was a Senior Business Manager.  He was also a founding member of soft drinks start-up SUSO, growing the business until its eventual sale 5 years on.

Managing Director David Carroll said “Marcus’ appointment reflects our commitment to growth as we look to strengthen our position within warehouse logistics, particularly with regard to retail and e-commerce software. He joins the team at an exciting time and will provide us with the focus required to develop new business”.

Notes to Editors

Imio is an intelligent warehouse software suite for e-commerce, retail and FMCG.  It links virtual host systems (e.g. ERP, WMS) to physical operations and can be used for complete process management (inbound and outbound) or as discreet applications.  It is wholly owned and developed by Conveyor Networks.

About Conveyor Networks

Conveyor Networks, based in Lymm, Cheshire was formed in November 2009. The company is run by Managing Director David Carroll, previously Head of UK Sales for international manufacturer Transnorm and Operations Director Geoff Wooding, previously of Lifetime Controls. Conveyor Networks provide fully integrated factory and logistics automation solutions for clients with a view to making them more efficient. Their services include the design and installation of integrated, intelligent automated conveyor systems, provision of spare parts and ongoing service contracts. They are the sole UK distributor agent for Transnorm’s “System range of products.” Clients include WHSmith, HMV and Johnson & Johnson.



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