Catnic’s sales team grows further

Published:  06 December, 2011

CAERPHILLY: Catnic, a leader in steel lintels and expanded metal lath building products, has a new addition to its sales team. Simon Hollier has joined Catnic as area sales manager covering Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Norfolk.

Mr Hollier has replaced Victoria Fiddies who has now been promoted to Key Account Manager at Catnic. The new recruit boasts extensive experience, joining Catnic from Tata Steel Tubes and having previously worked at Tata Steel Construction Products.

Prior to Tata Steel, Mr Hollier also gained vast experience in the market working with a manufacturer of galvanised, stainless steel and PVC products including plasterers’ beads and mesh.

“Catnic has such a well established brand, says Mr Hollier, “I am looking forward to working with the leader in the market and being able to use my experience and expertise. In addition to helping to maintain business and our key contacts, I will also be looking to build on Catnic’s existing relationships in the area, ensuring excellent support for our merchants. ”

Mike Murphy, sales and marketing director of Catnic, recognises the importance of a strong team. Mr Murphy commented: “The addition of Simon to our team, coupled with our already robust team, will really help us to maintain our strong brand awareness while providing knowledgeable service to our customers. With such a strong team behind us, we really have an exciting future ahead.”

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