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New man appointed at Tasman

Tasman Insulation has recently appointed Julius Sargent to the role of sales and marketing manager.
“We are very excited to have Julius join us. He will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Pink Batts brand,” Tasman Insulation brand manager Alison Roberts says.

Prior to joining Tasman, Mr Sargent held a variety of senior management roles, including sales and marketing manager for Fluid Connectors at Parker Hannifin, where he worked for eight years.

“I’m really impressed with the work Tasman has been doing. The Environmental and Sensitive Choice Awards really speak for themselves, showing Tasman’s commitment to providing warm, dry, homes for Kiwi families.”

Mr Sargent’s new role will see him managing a team of 22, comprising sales, marketing, customer service and export professionals, and also heading up the recently released EECA middle income project.

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