Published - 2022

New employees in sales support

Corporate news

Henriette Schultz employed as Sales coordinator for German speaking customers
Henriette, who comes from a similar position at JP Group A/S, but also the furniture industry, is as of 1 May employed in a newly created position as Sales coordinator at Triscan. The primary tasks will be support of our German sales team – including quotes, analyses, pricing, etc.  

39-year-old Henriette, who is originally from Viborg, completed her bachelor's degree as a business correspondent in German and French at Aarhus University in 2005. The training included a stay in Saarbrücken.  Shortly after, Henriette's professional career started as a customer centre employee in the Danish furniture industry with a focus on customers in German-speaking countries – including 7 years at Actona Company A/S in Holstebro.  

In 2015, Henriette moved to the automotive industry – more specifically JP Group A/S in Viborg – where she was also employed as a customer centre employee with a primary focus on customers in German-speaking countries.  We are therefore very pleased to be able to welcome Henriette to Team Triscan on behalf of our German-speaking customers and not least our own. 
In her leisure time, spending time with friends, football and fitness is highly valued and even though the industry is auto, the bicycle is Henriette's preferred means of transportation.

 

Alexander Wilstrup employed as Sales and Price Controller
German-raised Alexander, who comes from a similar position at JP Group A/S, is per. May 1 employed in a newly created job as Sales and Price Controller at Triscan. The primary tasks will be within customer and product programme analysis, work process optimization and automation.

28-year-old Alexander, who moved to Denmark with his Danish mother at the age of 7, became acquainted with the car industry as a child. The stepfather ran a car dealership with an associated workshop, which had specialized in French cars. With a mercantile high school diploma and a one-year residency at an investment bank in Munich, Alexander took the plunge as a freelancer within trade and repair of cars. After two years as self-employed, Alexander was offered a two-year apprenticeship as a trade assistant at JP Group A/S. After completing his apprenticeship, Alexander became sales manager for JP Group's programme of parts for classic cars in the Southern and Eastern European market. 

In addition to outdoor life, Alexander's spare time is also influenced by business-related interests. For the past four years, Alexander has owned a Citroën 2CV - and in the past, motorcycle brands such as Honda, Suzuki and Ural have also had a place in Alexander's garage.   

We expect Alexander's business experience, competencies and interest in mechanics to quickly benefit both ourselves and our customers.