Picture of Isuzu Truck UK's sales team of Lee Tansley, Pete Murphy and Dave Slatcher

Isuzu Truck appoints two to national sales team

Published:  17 April, 2018

Hatfield-based truck manufacturer Isuzu Truck UK has appointed Lee Tansley to the national role of fleet sales manager. 

And Dave Slatcher has moved up from his current regional ITUK dealer-based role to the newly created position of municipal fleet sales manager.

The moves follow the recent retirement of Martin Bragg, National Fleet Manager.

Announcing details of the changes, Pete Murphy, Managing Director, Isuzu Truck UK said: ‘Martin is taking his well-earned retirement after spending all his working life in the commercial vehicle industry.

‘He is incredibly well known and will be missed, not just here at Isuzu, but by customers and suppliers alike.

‘However, we strongly believe that continuity is key to our long-term success here at Isuzu Truck, which is why we have made the changes involving Lee and Dave, who are both long established members of the Isuzu Truck sales team.’

Martin Bragg has been with Isuzu Truck UK for 20 years, joining the manufacturer two years after it first entered the UK market. For the last year or so he has been working as national fleet manager.

Before that, he was probably best known for his long association with the UK council and local authority markets through his role as Isuzu Truck’s municipal sales manager for 19 years.

New fleet sales manager Lee Tansley, who has been with Isuzu Truck for 15 years, will be reporting directly to the company’s head of sales and marketing, Richard Waterworth.

His colleague Dave Slatcher, who has been with the company since 2014, also takes on the national role of municipal fleet sales manager.

Dave, who was previously network business manager, will report directly to Lee Tansley.

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