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REL Product Specialists & Territory Representatives

Our product specialists...
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Brenna Shirtcliff

Sales and Marketing Co-ordinator

Brenna started at REL group in March 2015. She has an extensive hospitality background which she holds a high standard of customer service. Brenna has lived rurally majority of her life growing up in Leeston now living just out of Methven with her boyfriend they both enjoy many aspects of a farming lifestyle. Brenna is looking forward to facing a new challenge and learning new skills within this role.
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Mark Jessep

National Feed Systems Specialist

Mark joined the company 20+ years ago and has been involved in all aspects of the business including the installation, servicing, design and sales of REL’s feed systems – grain, pellet, PKE and molasses.
Mark’s role is now as REL’s Feed Systems Specialist and a valued member of our Sales Team. He is always ready to pass on his wealth of knowledge to the rest of the REL team and, in particular, to our valued client base.
His role also includes technical support for the North and South Island Rural Business Managers as REL seeks to grow this area of the company’s business throughout NZ.
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Peter Freeman

Southland Territory Manager

Peter joined REL Group in June 2014. Prior to this he spent 10 years in the Commercial Linen trade. For the best part of the last 6 years he was the Sales Executive for the Southland Region. This role involved dealing with a wide range of people both rural and non rural. The main part of this role was to bring on board new clients as well as look after the existing clients. Peter has a genuine interest in the rural industry with the Southland becoming one of the largest Dairy regions in New Zealand. Peter is a born and bred Southlander who wants the best for the province and its people. Peter is based in the Invercargill office. He is married with 3 daughters and 1 son. In his spare time he follows his children in their chosen sports and also follows the rugby scene in southland with great passion.

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