Scott Craig joins Pegler Yorkshire

Published:  01 August, 2014

Pegler Yorkshire has appointed Scott Craig as its new commercial director.

Mr Craig will have responsibility for driving UK and international sales forward, seeking new market opportunities and continuing the consolidation of its reputation in the industry.

"Securing a senior position with Pegler Yorkshire represents a great opportunity for me and I am looking forward to working with the whole team" said Mr Craig. "Pegler Yorkshire has such a wide and varied product range and its approach to innovation and design ensures it remains a market leader within the industry."

Mr Craig began his career on a graduate management training scheme within the retail sector. Prior to joining Pegler Yorkshire, he worked as sales and marketing director at Wolseley's Pipe & Climate Center.

"We are delighted to welcome Scott to the team and look forward to a long and prosperous working relationship with him," said Stuart Anderson, managing director. "Pegler Yorkshire is renowned for its global presence and our sales strategy is a pivotal part to this ever-increasing market share penetration. Scott will enhance and develop this and be a valuable asset in our team in delivering innovative products, excellent customer service and maintaining our established brand presence."

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