Pegler Yorkshire management team

Pegler Yorkshire strengthens management team

Published:  07 August, 2014

Pegler Yorkshire has announced key management changes in order to grow the business domestically and internationally.

The current managing director Stuart Anderson will now take up the position of group managing director and continue developing his role within Pegler Yorkshire’s parent company, Netherlands-based Aalberts Industries.

Mr Anderson will oversee developments within the group businesses including Pegler Yorkshire, Westco, two companies in Spain, Standard Hidraulica and Comap along with Seppelfricke and Simplex based in Germany.

“I am honoured to be given this additional responsibility within the Aalberts Industries Group and am proud to have led Pegler Yorkshire through a transformational three year period," he said.

Neil McCaroll, previously technical product director, will now take up the role of managing director of Pegler Yorkshire.

Bringing additional industry experience to the team is Scott Craig who has joined the business as commercial director from Wolseley where he held the position of sales and marketing director for almost 10 years.

Mr Anderson continued: “Through product innovation, efficient manufacturing and effective distribution along with our strengthened main board I envisage an exciting next stage of growth and one which our customers will certainly reap the benefits.”

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