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Technical Tony @ Davenport

Not really a new member but New place of work so I wanted to say hello again ... Davenport Burgess / Technical Tony :-)

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Hi , hope you are all well on here , I just wanted to advise Sadly (and it was a hard choice) I have left Hickleys .... who I still will be working with in the future .

More so if I did not I would miss the great group of people there that made the last 2 years of my working life a great place to be .

 

As you may have noticed already I am now here at Davenport Burgess..

More so as it brings all my 20 years of House / lock / picks , tools etc knowledge together plus adding my diagnostic / Car key codeing and cutting knowledge along , Hence mixing my both worlds of knowledge all in one place of business .

 

So please feel free to contact me with anything I at Davenport's or even Hickleys (if you don't have an account with them) could maybe help you with and I will try my best for you .

 

Below was the press release a customer sent to me last Friday for my new position .

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Davenport Burgess are delighted to welcome Tony Wilkin on board in his new role as Business Development Manager. Tony will be embedded into the company’s existing rapid growth strategy and will further enhance the current “customer focussed” technical support model applied by the business.

 

Tony brings with him a wealth of knowledge on all aspects of key cutting and locksmithing for the domestic and auto markets. Tony boasts almost two decades in the industry, previously known as ‘Technical John’ (because there were too many Tony’s in his last office position), he is well respected and will make a welcome addition to the growing Davenport Burgess team.

 

Tony is keen to share his expertise. “I’m looking forward to building on the rich heritage of Davenport Burgess and bringing my skills to continue expanding their dedicated technical support team! I will be looking to help Davenport’s customers with my knowledge of diagnostics and cloning, including the car key range, locksmithing tools & locks, and all aspects of key cutting, including key machines, key identification and key cutting”.

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