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Martin Mitchell

Sales and Business Development

Martin has worked in the piping industry for over 30 years, working for a major supplier, trader and a flange manufacturer, prior to founding Full Supply Limited in 2000 with his wife Kerstin Mitchell.

Martin is involved in all aspects of the business but his heart remains in sales – selling piping packages worldwide. 

Kerstin Mitchell

Sales Executive

Kerstin has worked in the piping industry for over 30 years prior to founding Full Supply Limited in 2000 with her husband Martin Mitchell.

Kerstin’s areas of responsibilities include; Managing sales, lead generation and quality control.

Kerstin’s interests are the future growth of the business, the well-being of its employees and the satisfaction of our clients.

Verity Lees

Administration Co-Ordinator

Verity has been working in the industry for 15+ years.
Verity’s main areas of responsibilities are; supply chain management – getting the goods in and out as quickly and as cost effectively as possible.

Daisy Robinson

Sales Executive

Daisy has a long history of sales, account management and business development she has been working in the industry for 15+ years.

Daisy’s main areas of responsibilities are export and domestic sales, lead generation and ensuring client satisfaction.

Jo Jones

Sales Executive

Jo has a long history of sales, account management and business development she has been working in the industry for 10+ years.

Jo’s main areas of responsibilities are export and domestic sales, lead generation and ensuring client satisfaction.

Catherine Tristram

Multilingual Sales Executive

Catherine has a long history of sales, account management and business development she has been working in the industry for 10+ years.

Catherine’s main areas of responsibilities are export and domestic sales, lead generation and ensuring client satisfaction.

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What is LNG? Natural gas, the cleanest-burning hydrocarbon, is a major source of energy. But many energy-hungry places are located far from gas fields, making pipelines too impractical or costly to build. But if you cool natural gas to make a liquid, you shrink its volume and make it easier and safer to store and […]

Posted by: Kerstin Mitchell on 1st December 2016