Mark Hooman is one of three regional operation managers at CCF, and will cover the North region.

CCF invests in regional operations managers

Published:  24 August, 2015

Insulation and interior building products distributor CCF has appointed three regional operation managers. They are tasked with achieving consistently excellent standards of service and operational ‘know how’ across the regions.

The three managers, Mark Hooman, Andrew Patten, and Gareth Thomason, are now in place to support the CCF regional directors and work closely with branch managers. The team’s main objectives are to keep health and safety a priority at every location and support the operational performance of the business as a whole. They will also assist with recruitment and training, while ensuring system processes and stock management remain consistent across the company.

Howard Luft, managing director of CCF, said: “We’ve invested in these new roles to create a nationwide resource that’s dedicated to proactively improving service standards and efficiency. While this move prioritises elements that are valuable to our customers, such as service and safety, the team will also be supporting branch managers so they have time to focus on what they do best; building relationships with our customers.”

Mr Hooman is now covering the North region, while Mr Patten will manage the Midlands and South West region, and Mr Thomason will oversee the South East region.

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