Van Salesman Job in Kenya

Obradleys Investments Limited, is a key distribution partner for Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL), catering to a diverse market through a strategically designed network of routes and stock points. The company is looking for a dynamic and result oriented van salesman to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for driving the truck in an established route, ensuring optimal outlet coverage, efficient product distribution, and achieving volume targets for the assigned route.

Key Responsibilities

Drive the van and sell products to customers.

Identify new sales opportunities in the trade.

Deliver purchase orders and inform existing customers about new products.

Perform daily cash and stock reconciliation with finance and stores teams.

Ensure all brands/SKUs are loaded on the truck before departure.

Maintain product freshness through proper handling and FEFO practices.

Advise customers on stocking levels and SKU mix.

Communicate business information to clients, such as price changes and new brands.

Provide market feedback to management through the Occurrence Book.

Ensure proper maintenance and cleanliness of assigned tools, including phones, ETR machines, and trucks.

Maintain an accurate customer database to expand market coverage.

Build good customer rapport while gathering market intelligence.

Skills and Qualifications:

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Valid Commercial driving license with a minimum of 4 years of driving experience.

Proven ability to meet sales targets.

Strong negotiation skills.


At least 3 years of work experience in sales within the FMCG industry (experience with an alcoholic beverage firm is an added advantage).


KCSE certificate or Diploma in Sales and Marketing.

Computer literacy and experience with a digitalized sales system.

How To Apply

If you meet the above qualifications and are interested in this opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter to with the subject line “Application for Van Salesman Position.”