Deco-Pak acquires Living Stone’s national sales team

Published:  24 January, 2014

Deco-Pak has confirmed that the company recently acquired the Living Stone national sales team, following the announcement that Living Stone had gone into administration.

The Living Stone sales team join Deco-Pak with a wealth of knowledge and experience of the gardening industry. The expansion of the team will also see Deco-Pak’s national coverage strengthened as the additional team members join the existing field sales representatives on the road.

Joining the Deco-Pak family will be Neville and Karen Murphy, Chris and Allan Gage, David Stone, Richard Barrow, Michael Nottage, Steve Wilkie, Gary Martin and Michael Brydon.

The new collaboration coincides with Deco-Pak’s wider business development plans, which includes the company’s move into new premises. Made up of 14 acres, and including two acres of indoor storage and an executive suite of offices, the new site fits with Deco-Pak’s long-term development goals.

“The acquisition of the Living Stone team marks an exciting time for Deco-Pak, and highlights our ongoing business development plans,” said Craig Hall, marketing director at Deco-Pak. “We’re delighted to welcome the team on board, and have no doubt that their combined knowledge and expertise of our industry will enhance our already successful customer service offering and company as a whole.”

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