L-R: Peter Hindle MBE, Andrew Bason, Chris Alderson and procurement director at Jewson, Vince Fenson.

Bostik is Jewson lightside Supplier of the Year

Published:  15 February, 2013

Bostik UK has been awarded the Light Building Materials Supplier of the Year award at the annual Jewson conference for the second year running.

The award was given in recognition of Bostik’s continuing strong partnership and investment with the merchant at both central and branch level.

The award was presented to Chris Alderson, Bostik director of construction and consumer and Andrew Bason, Bostik general sales manager by Peter Hindle MBE, chief executive of Saint-Gobain Building Distribution UK & Ireland.

Mr Bason commented: “We are very proud of our strong relationship with Jewson, and are delighted to have won this award for the second year running. It is a great endorsement of our investment and hard work in supporting merchant partners at all levels, including product innovation, merchandising and staff training.”

Andy Moseley, market director for light building materials at Jewson, remarked: “Jewson prides itself on building strong, proactive working relationships with key suppliers. Congratulations to Bostik on winning this award for a second year - we look forward to continuing the successful partnership in 2013.”

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