Fraser Vincent has joined F&P Wholesale as its new account manager for the North East and central Scotland regions.

New account manager appointed at F&P Wholesale

Published:  19 June, 2013

F&P Wholesale has appointed Fraser Vincent as its new account manager for the North East and central Scotland regions.

Mr Vincent will be joining the company after several years’ experience at MKM Building Supplies, during which he gained experience working with tradespeople from all sectors. As a result, he will bring a detailed understanding of the light-side sector to F&P Wholesale.

He will be working closely with Garry Youll, branch manager at F&P Wholesale’s Tyne Tunnel distribution centre, and Neil McKinlay, branch manager at the Wishaw, Scotland distribution centre.

Speaking about his new role, Mr Vincent said: “I am very excited to begin my new role at F&P Wholesale, bringing many years’ experience in the sector. It’s great that I can offer my knowledge from the other side of the merchant business and I look forward to working with the team to develop our product offer and grow customer relationships. This is a fantastic opportunity for me to advance my external sales experience and I’m very proud to be part of a winning team here at F&P Wholesale.”

Chris O’Donnell, F&P Wholesale’s north region sales director, added: “It is always our intention here at F&P Wholesale to look for talent from within our own sector and feel we have done just that with the appointment of Fraser. His experience in working on the customer side of our business will provide a brilliant insight and we look forward to working with Fraser to expand our extensive collection of leading brand and own-brand products.”

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