Superyacht Tenders and Toys, who recently won the Queens Award for International Trade 2017 and, in addition, was ranked 45th in the 2018 Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100, continues to show strong growth and has welcomed Tash Cooper to the team in Customer Services.
Tash has joined SYTT to assist the sales team in the UK office. With its ever expanding product lines, SYTT is now offering ‘more than just Toys and Tenders’ and is manufacturing its own brand of products here in the UK, which include tender whips, tender fenders, transom fenders, jet ski cradles and many more.
Josh Richardson, Director, says “We are thrilled to welcome Tash to the team. With the growth of the company and our increasing manufacturing side, the sales team needed support. Being superyachting there is always the requirement to react immediately to enquiries and assist busy yachts, thus we were keen to recruit in advance of reaching maximum capacity with the current staff. Tash has worked in the superyacht service industry for many years with Oyster Yachts and shares our commitment and drive to satisfying our client’s needs with exceptional customer service. We were fortunate that we were able to find someone like Tash who is as passionate about the superyacht industry as we are to fulfill this role”
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