Karen Campbell is Catnic’s new area sales manager for Scotland.

New Scottish member for the Catnic sales team

Published:  15 April, 2015

Catnic has welcomed a new member to its team. Karen Campbell has joined the company as area sales manager for Scotland.

Prior to joining Catnic, Ms Campbell was business development manager for building chemical manufacturer SIKA Everbuild, where she was responsible for the product range growth and promotion.

With more than 14 years experience within the sales industry working with Scottish merchants, Ms Campbell is familiar with a specification driven environment and brings with her a great deal of experience in concrete repair products and construction chemicals.

“I am delighted to be joining Catnic. The company has a great reputation in Scotland and I hope my local knowledge and experience will be beneficial to the whole business,” said Ms Campbell. “My main aim is to grow and develop the Catnic range of lintels and building components with the national and independent builders’ merchants, contractors and housebuilders throughout Scotland.”

Mike Murphy, sales and marketing director for Catnic, added: “Karen brings with her more than a decade of experience within the construction sales industry so she will be a great addition to the Catnic team.

“I am confident that her appointment as area sales manager will ensure that our growing range of high-quality steel products will continue to be the first choice for builders across Scotland.”

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