Left to right: Darren Cooper, Ian Craig, Nigel Royston-Webb, Nina Lowden, John Drake and Geoff Love.

New appointments in Polypal’s builders’ merchant team

Published:  13 February, 2014

Polypal, manufacturer of display and storage equipment systems specifically designed for the builders’ merchant sector, has strengthened its dedicated team in response to growing demand for its services in the marketplace.

“The move reflects our ongoing commitment to personnel investment,” said managing director David McQueen. “The structure for the builders’ merchant team has also been enhanced by the addition of Ian Craig, who joins the existing team of sales manager John Drake and business development managers Nigel Royston-Webb and Geoff Love.

“Ian’s appointment brings further valuable experience to an already established team and his knowledge and expertise will immediately be recognised by customers of all sizes nationwide.”

To ensure service levels are maintained as business increases, the team has been further strengthened by the appointment of Darren Cooper as contract manager, to work alongside existing contract manager Nina Lowden.

“We welcome the arrival of both Ian and Darren and look forward to further development of the team as the economic upturn continues and this vitally important sector expands to meet increasing demand,” added Mr Drake, sales manager.

“We have a widely acknowledged focus on the builders’ merchant sector and understand the industry’s specific requirements – from trade counter to warehouse and yard. We are confident that this latest development of our dedicated team will enhance our position in the sector further still, and offer clear-cut benefits to every customer.”

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