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Pickerings Lifts announces new appointment in South West region


Pickerings Lifts announces new appointment in South West region


"Im delighted to join the South West team and Im looking forward to applying the technical and managerial skills Ive learned through my career to my new role."
Aaron O'Shea



National lift maintenance and repair company Pickerings Lifts has appointed Aaron O’Shea as Customer Support Manager for the South West region, covering the South West of England and South Wales.

Aaron previously was Customer Support Manager for the London South region, joining the company in 2017.

Prior to Pickerings Lifts, Aaron worked as a nuclear submarine engineer for eight years, working on Trafalgar Class and Astute Class submarines, as well as a national control room manager for a security company and an area manager for a betting company.

Aaron’s responsibilities as Customer Support Manager will include programming work, liaising with and reporting to customers as well as managing office staff and engineers within the region.

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