Three new appointments have been made in the account management team for Epyx’s 1link Disposal Network as part of a programme of ongoing investment.
Gemma Cleaver has joined as remarketing development manager, developing new commercial initiatives. She has spent the last 14 years working for Leasedrive with responsibility for remarketing and has a longstanding relationship with Epyx, having been chair of the 1link Disposal Network Customer Forum for the last two years.
Amy Suffolk and Lauren Clifford have both been appointed as internal account managers, helping new and existing customers to maximise the benefits that they get out of the platform.
Suffolk has joined from DS Smith Plastic where her role extended to managing the company car fleet. She will be responsible for North, South and 90 day 1link Disposal Network accounts.
Clifford has previously worked for Peugeot and Citroën in dealer and customer support roles. She will be looking after the Central region as well as 1link Disposal Network’s Seat and Skoda customers.
David Goodyear, commercial director, said: “1link Disposal Network is seeing strong growth of about 40% year on year and has been identified as one of the key potential growth areas within Epyx.
“Major investment is underway and the new account management team is very much part of this strategy.
“The fleet and motor industries are very much about personal relationships and our account managers will supplement the technology in 1link Disposal Network, helping customers to get the most out of the platform.”
Launched in 2007, 1link Disposal Network is used by major fleets to manage online the selling of defleet stock to traders and dealers through a wide variety of channels including online and auctions.