MOBA UK has reported year-on-year sales growth of 52 per cent for 2014; the highest increase in sales in the inception of the company.
As it plans a further 25 per cent growth in sales during 2015, the company has made a number of significant appointments. Ian Lewis, previously MOBA UK’s General Manager, has been promoted to Managing Director and reflects the growing importance the UK subsidiary is now playing in worldwide MOBA group of companies.
Other new appointments include additional, northern-based, Service Engineers, plus new Software Project Engineers, all of whom will enable MOBA to boost its customer service offering and help the company market its sophisticated machine control systems for construction industry.
“The credit for our outstanding sales performance must go to our growing team as well as our established range of products that are starting to transform the UK's waste and construction markets”, commented Ian Lewis.
Ian Lewis General Manager MOBA UK
“Although the waste and construction sectors will continue to be challenging 2015, we are already starting to see a great deal of optimism for the coming year.The government-led investment that will be ploughed into the UK’s road maintenance program will deliver increased demand for our thermal paving and levelling technology. Sales will also be boosted by the increased adoption of Building Information Modelling (BIM) by contractors and developers in road construction projects to improve the overall quality and accountability in their projects. In the waste sector, contractors firmly see the benefits that weighing systems deliver that will help them save money and become more efficient by implementing pay-as-you-throw services for commercial customers, ”, added Ian Lewis.
MOBA UK has also been shortlisted in the highly respected Construction News Awards.
For more information please visit: 2015 Shortlist | Construction News Specialists Awards 2015