Posted 6th Dec 2017

BA Components welcomes new chief operating officer

By KBBDaily on 6th December 2017 - 09:53am

BA Components has named Nick Corlett as its new COO, with Corlett joining the company with more than 15 years of experience within the KBB industry across the UK and Europe, according to the company.

Corlett previously spent three years at MFI before joining Howdens in 2006. In 2012, he became head of sourcing and product design for kitchens at Nobia, before becoming executive vice president of sourcing, product management and sustainability.

“I’m both thrilled and humbled to be joining the BA team,” said Corlett. “I’m genuinely excited about the opportunities ahead and I’m looking forward to contributing to the next chapter of the BA story.

“The BA team have built up a great business over the last 25 years with a great product offer. I’ve experienced some of that as a customer for the last 10 years so I know I’m joining a respected, successful and progressive business and I can’t wait to get started.”

BA Components managing director Brian McCracken added: “We’re delighted to welcome Nick to the team where he will play a pivotal role in working with the senior management, determining and delivering on strategic goals and driving the business forward.”

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