Croydex strengthens sales team with two new appointments

Published:  26 May, 2016

Bathroom accessories specialist, Croydex has strengthened its sales team with two new appointments.

Craig Blakeway joins the Andover-based company as area sales manager for the East of the UK, while Andrew Wilkins has been named area sales manager for London and the South East region.

Nick McGrellis, managing director of Croydex, said: “Craig and Andrew come with a wealth of experience and share our passion for quality and service. They will be instrumental in helping us to further develop the business by supporting us as we continue to expand into new markets with new products.”

Mr Blakeway, who will be concentrating on trade and hardware sales, has worked in the bathroom sales industry for seven years. Commenting on his appointment, he said: “Croydex has a long tradition of providing quality products combined with first-class customer service. I look forward to using my experience to contribute to its further growth.”

Mr Wilkins has worked in the industry for 24 years and in his previous role was responsible for developing sales strategies and identifying new markets. He said: “Croydex’s reputation is founded on high quality, innovation and a wide portfolio of accessories. Having joined the company, I can now fully appreciate the breadth of its expertise, as well as its customer base. I look forward to the challenge that lies ahead and to being part of its ambitious growth plans.”

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