By Martin Vedris

SYDNEY: Fujitsu General has hired two news sales professionals and a third sales professional has made the jump to commercial sales engineer.

Monza Hafza joined Fujitsu General in June as NSW state manager. Prior to this role, Hafza was the NSW Field sales manager at the FMCG company, Unilever, for two years, working with brands such as Streets Ice Cream and Lipton Ice Tea.

Gareth Williams also started at Fujitsu General last month, replacing Kevin Moffat in the role of sales executive. Williams’ appointment follows a 12 month contract with Hewlett-Packard, where he was selling computer products through the Western Australian retail network.

Meanwhile, in a change of career, Kevin Moffat has moved to Fujitsu’s WA business where he has become commercial sales engineer, servicing the State’s air conditioning specialists.

“Our new recruits bring with them a wealth of sales experience and we’re confident they’ll be a great asset to Fujitsu General’s team,” said Philip Perham, Fujitsu General (Aust.) Pty Limited deputy managing director.