Paul Fallon of Carl Kammerling.

Fallon is Kammerling’s new marketing head

Published:  29 June, 2012

MANCHESTER: Paul Fallon joins to head the six-strong marketing team at Carl Kammerling International, supplier of quality hand tools and security solutions to industrial and consumer markets.

>He will be responsible for devising and implementing the company's marketing strategy to help drive forward its four key brands: C.K professional tools, C.K Magma storage, Avit budget tools and Kasp security, with an annual £1m marketing budget.

A seasoned marketing professional, Mr Fallon brings with him over 18 years' international marketing experience, having worked with major players in both the retail and professional trade channels, including Honeywell CPG where he spent nearly eight years, and before that with Pulse Home Products, managing household brands such as Dreamland, Breville and Nicky Clarke.

Managing director Tom MeyerRatken, commented: "We're pleased to welcome Paul to the role. It's been an exciting year for Carl Kammerling International. A high profile appointment like Paul's is testament to the direction we are headed, and his experience and wealth of knowledge, is invaluable to our success.  Our position within the industry remains strong and we look forward to taking the company forward with Paul's support and leadership."

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