Richard George is now CEO of PJH.

PJH appoints new CEO

Published:  24 June, 2016

PJH, a supplier of bathrooms, kitchens and appliances, has announced that Andrew Yates, present chief executive officer (CEO) of PJH has been appointed CEO of parent company Globe Union Industrial Corporation – succeeding Scott Ouyoung, who will take up the role of chairman.

Mr Yates, who has been successfully leading PJH for over 10 years, is succeeded by Richard George, who takes up the role of CEO having served the company since 2011 – latterly as chief operating officer.

Speaking about his appointment Mr Yates said: “It’s been a real privilege to work with such an excellent team at PJH and to serve such great customers. Richard’s leadership will now take PJH into its next phase of development.”

Mr George added: “There have been a lot of exciting changes within PJH recently, such as the launch of ‘Virtu’, our premium brand kitchen range, new corporate branding, and introduction of the PJH Partners Portal online platform. Building on this vibrancy I am looking forward to entering the next stage of PJH’s growth strategy and working with our customers as true partners – through our ‘together we’re better’ approach.

“I am committed to providing better choice, better value and convenience for all our customers, while meeting the many challenges the bathroom, kitchen and appliance sector brings.”

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