Natasha joins Portable Space of Bacton, Stowmarket
PUBLISHED: 18:00 07 December 2016
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Suffolk business provides accommodation solutions for a wide range of clients
A Suffolk business is building further on its recent expansion with a new addition to its sales team.
Portable Space, which helps customers find a solution to their storage or accommodation needs with its range of shipping containers and modular buildings, has appointed Natasha Lingwood as key account manager.
In her new role, Natasha looks after the company’s larger customers, ensuring the smooth running of their site requirements, introducing them to the range of products from the company’s comprehensive product portfolio and helping them to find the optimum cost-effective solutions.
She is also responsible for business development, identifying potential customers who could benefit from Portable Space’s products, especially steel cabins for temporary storage and accommodation.
Natasha brings a wealth of experience gained in the temporary and modular building industry, where she managed a range of key customer accounts in the public sector, education and healthcare, helping to identify the best solution for their specific needs.
Natasha said: “I am delighted to have joined Portable Space and am enjoying the variety of my job – one day I can be in the office raising quotations and designing compound layouts and the next, out on the road introducing our products to potential customers.”
Portable Space, which has recently been named one of the Future50 Class of 2016 most innovative companies in Norfolk and Suffolk, employs 28 people at its Bacton headquarters, near Stowmarket.
From shipping containers to bespoke modular buildings, Portable Space serves a range of sectors including: education, construction, renewables, self storage and the domestic market.