Goodyear Dunlop UK Combines Farm/OTR and Truck Divisions
Goodyear Dunlop UK has announced the combination of its Farm and OTR department with its Truck department. As part of this change, Andy Morris, who was previously the director of Farm and OTR, will take on the new role of commercial sales manager. Morris is a 33-year Goodyear Dunlop veteran, and the company notes that he led the Farm department into a profitable position, crafting a skilled and specialised sales team.
A further promotion is that of Phil Stanton, who has become sales manager – Farm and Off the Road (OTR). Stanton, previously sales manager – Truck, will take on responsibility for Farm and OTR profitability and will report to Andy Morris. In his previous role, Phil put into place the successful TruckForce Fleet Network. Phil’s experience from the Truck market will be used to develop new initiatives with the farm team, says Goodyear Dunlop.
“With 30 years of experience with Goodyear Dunlop Phil is in a strong position to continue driving the farm and OTR business forward. I wish Phil all the best in his new role” said Andy Morris.
“I am pleased to be taking on this new role with Goodyear Dunlop,” added Stanton. “I have previous experience within the farm department and am looking forward to getting involved with the department, bringing on board new initiatives to develop what Goodyear farm and OTR has to offer. The new reporting structure will give much clearer direction and enable us to work cross functionally on a number of projects.”