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Marshall Slingsby Advanced Composites appoints Michael Vincent as UK Business Development Executive

Posted 22 January 2024

Marshall Slingsby Advanced Composites has appointed Michael Vincent as Business Development Executive for the UK market.

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Michael Vincent (above) joins the business in a vital role exploring new opportunities to offer leading complex composite structures and assembly services to prime contractors on flagship defence projects in the UK across land, air and sea.

Michael brings with him a wealth of experience and insight, having held high-level roles in sales and business development across a variety of business sectors and markets. He is keen to drive growth in the UK market by understanding emergent market demands, developing key strategic relationships and driving order intake.

With more than 30 years of experience, Michael’s portfolio of customers has included governmental departments and public sector organisations including the MoD, police forces and fire and rescue services, all of which are strategically important to Marshall Slingsby Advanced Composites.

With experience in a variety of business sectors including the financial sector, medical devices and even mass decontamination systems, Michael has been responsible for delivering sustainable and continued growth over long periods, developing relationships with customers to understand demand and key customer drivers.

Marshall Advanced Composites Managing Director Carl Morse, said: “Michael is joining the business during an exciting period of growth as we invest in cutting-edge technologies and equipment while expanding our production footprint.

“We pride ourselves on our strong relationships with customers, and Michael’s vast experience with key prime contractors in the UK will help us identify new avenues for our complex composite offering.”

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