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DERBY, UK (December 11) – Moore & Large, bicycle wholesalers (brand label: Emmelle) will restructure their business. According to a Bicycle Business website report, after 25 years of separate bicycle and P&A selling departments, M&L will go to one call-center in which each of the team members can handle all product lines. The call center […]

DERBY, UK (December 11) – Moore & Large, bicycle wholesalers (brand label: Emmelle) will restructure their business. According to a Bicycle Business website report, after 25 years of separate bicycle and P&A selling departments, M&L will go to one call-center in which each of the team members can handle all product lines. The call center will employ ten people. The on-the-road sales team will slim down from fifteen to eleven people with the same message: both bicycles and P&A.
Reasoning behind this move is, that on the dealer side, one person handling purchase will have to deal with only one M&L salesperson where there had been two up to now. Co-operation will thus be intensified, but the overall number of contacts to be handled by M&L will diminish. Warranty and credit control will also benefit from this move. Gary Mather, head of the bicycle division, will now head the combined division. David Henstone, former head of P&A will be the new sourcing director of M&L. (OB)

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