Roy Wesson Retirement announcement - Marley Pipe Systems
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Roy Wesson Retirement announcement

Roy Wesson Retirement announcement

Roy Wesson joined Marley at the age of 21, working his way up from being a Sales Representative to the Trade and Architectural Sales Manager of the Benoni Branch before being appointed the Branch Manager of Marley Pietermaritzburg at the age of 28.

He moved on, from there, to fulfil his personal dream of owning his own business by the age of 30. Eighteen months later, he accepted an enticing cash offer for the Motorcycle Dealership he had started from scratch. Whilst searching for a new business opportunity, Marley approached him and offered him a challenging position at the Johannesburg Branch. He progressed from Architectural Manager to Trade Sales Manager and Assistant Branch Manager before being lured by his successful Muslim customer in need of the expertise to set up and direct a standalone specialised flooring contracting business. Ultra Flooring grew from humble beginnings to become a reputable, leading, commercial flooring contender and one of Marley’s top customers.

In 2007, Roy and his wife, Hazel, decided to fulfill the promise made to each other while on Honeymoon in 1980, while exploring the Garden Route, that one day they would make it their home.

Two years after relocating from Gauteng, Marley Pipe Systems approached Roy to look after half the country’s sales force, operating from the Wilderness. When Marley acquired the Petzitakis Factory, they transferred Roy to Cape Town as Branch Manager, where he spent four years before moving back to The Wilderness to manage the Southern Region.

Marley Pipe Systems would like to thank Roy for his incredible
work ethic and his commitment to excellence. We wish him all
the best with his future endeavours as a Marley retiree.

Roy Wesson entered retirement on the 30th of April 2020.

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