Posted 14th May

LDL strengthens senior management team

By KBBDaily on 14th May 2018 - 10:56am
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LDL Components has strengthened its senior management team with the appointments of Simon Noble, pictured left, and Ross Darroch, right, as operations manager and financial controller, respectively.

Noble will be responsible for the “smooth and efficient running of the business” in his new role. He has more than 12 years of experience within the KBB industry, LDL added.

Darroch will oversee company accounts and investments, create monthly and annual financial reports, and supervise the financial team in his role of financial controller. He has 10 years’ experience as a chartered accountant.

“We already have an enviable reputation in the industry for the quality of our service and these two new appointments demonstrate our ongoing commitment to enhancing and improving our offer wherever possible,” said LDL managing director Simon Ogden.

“Our aim is very simple – we want to be the best furniture component distributor in the market, adding value and making life simple for our customers.”

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