Property consultants and business asset advisors, Sanderson Weatherall have recently strengthened their national machinery and business assets team with the appointment of Mark Rowlands and Emily Higginbottom in our Manchester office.
The appointments follow a bumper year for Sanderson Weatherall’s specialist machinery and business assets who have successfully completed 40 online auctions, realising over £11million in sales.
Mark Rowlands joins the team in Manchester as an associate partner bringing with him over 18 years’ experience within the machinery and business assets sector, where he has completed work in the UK, across Europe and the UAE.
Mark has varied industry knowledge having undertaken recent valuations of chocolate production machinery, whisky/gin distilleries and sports ground construction machinery. He has regularly provided valuation and disposal advice for insolvency, asset based lending and asset transfer purposes and has recently gained his ASA accreditation.
Having previously worked as an estates surveyor, Emily Higginbottom also joins Sanderson Weatherall as a surveyor valuer. Emily has a diverse range of commercial property experience and will support the team on the range of services offered to the machinery and business assets sector, she will also sit her APC this year, specialising in machinery and business assets and becoming a registered valuer.
Neil Simpson, partner in Sanderson Weatherall’s machinery and business assets team commented, “We’re delighted to welcome Mark and Emily to the team. They each bring with them a wealth of experience and will help to further reinforce our reputation as one of the market leaders in the sale and valuation of machinery and business assets.”
Sanderson Weatherall’s machinery and business assets team offer a comprehensive range of services relating to the valuation and disposal of business assets.