Croydex continues to support merchants with new sales appointment

Published: 13 March 2017 - Rachel Tucker

Croydex is continuing its commitment to supporting independent building and plumbing merchants with the appointment of a new Area Sales Manager, Andrew James.

James brings three decades of experience to his role with the award-winning bathroom accessories specialist having held similar positions at Rak Ceramics, Phoenix Whirlpools and Uptrend Distribution. He will be responsible for strengthening relationships with national trade accounts, independent merchants and showrooms across South Wales and the West Country.

Jon Langford, Commercial Director, Croydex said: “Andrew shares our passion for excellent service, building strong partnerships and delivering quality products. His extensive experience and trade insight will make a significant contribution to realising our vision for expansion and growth. We are delighted to welcome him to the team.”

Commenting on his appointment, James said: “Demand for simple and easy ways to update the bathroom continues to increase and merchants and professional installers are important sources of trusted help and advice.”

“Croydex understands that they favour a no-mess, no-fuss method of fixing accessories that can be fitted and then forgotten, and its product portfolio, which includes the pioneering Flexi-Fix range, reflects this. I look forward to working with trade partners in the coming months and to supporting them as we roll-out a host of new and exciting additions to the catalogue.”


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