Frank Stenton leaves Teupen after 13 years

By Murray Pollok31 October 2011

Frank Stenton has left Teupen after almost 13 years as a salesman at the company.

Mr Stenton was the company's regional export manager focusing on the Middle East and Asia Pacific.

Access International understands that Mr Stenton has left the company by mutual consent.

Mr Stenton, 63, said he was planning to take a rest before looking to resume his long career in aerial work platform sales.

He worked for Grove Manlift among other companies before joining Teupen, and has spent much of his career developing distribution networks in the Middle East and Asia.

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