Name: Gary Kerr Company: Emo Position: Sales manager Role: Gary will be lubricant sales manager for Castrol products after Emo was appointed Northern Ireland distributor by Castrol. He will look after a wide customer base including companies in the agriculture, haulage, mining and quarrying industries. Track record: Gary worked with TR Fastenings in Mallusk and previously in Milton Keynes as an account manager with CHEP.
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