F & P Wholesale appoints new account manager

Published:  15 May, 2012

BRISTOL: F & P Wholesale, the UK’s leading distributor of heating, plumbing and bathroom products to the independent merchant sector, has appointed Shaun Molseed as account manager for Devon and Cornwall. 

Based at F & P Wholesale’s Bristol distribution centre - one of 11 located strategically around the country - Mr Molseed will be responsible for customer relations and new business development in the south-west. He joins the company with 15 years industry experience and is already well known amongst F & P’s key customers in the local area.

On starting his new position, Mr Molseed commented: “I am delighted to have joined F & P Wholesale with the aim of strengthening relationships with customers across Devon and Cornwall. As well as offering a wide range of top brand names in heating and bathroom products, F & P is well-known for its own label ranges of high quality heating and bathroom products.

“The Pro boiler range offers high efficiency boilers and accessories, whilst the Fresssh sanitaryware collection also offers merchants and retailers a brand that is available exclusively to them. The business already works closely with many independent merchants and retailers in the south-west, and I’m looking forward to building upon these foundations by continuing to promote F & P’s next day delivery service to all customers – both new and existing.”

Andy Ure, Southern sales director for F & P Wholesale, commented: “We are really pleased to welcome Shaun to the Bristol distribution centre as he starts his role as account manager for Devon and Cornwall. His wealth of experience will be a huge asset to the business and his appointment will significantly strengthen F & P’s ‘one tomorrow’ service proposition in this area of the country. On behalf of everyone, I would like to wish him every success in his new career.”

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