Posted 3rd Sep 2018

BA Components welcomes Nick Corlett as new CEO

3rd September 2018 - 15:52pm
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Cookstown-based kitchen and bedroom door manufacturer BA Components has named Nick Corlett as its new CEO – as well as CEO of BA Clic Components – with founders Brian and Kieran McCracken taking on non-executive director roles.

Corlett joined the BA Group in December last year as chief operating officer. He has more than 15 years of experience within the KBB industry in the UK and Europe, having previously worked as head of sourcing and product development for kitchens at Howdens Joinery before becoming sourcing, product management and sustainability executive vice president at Nobia.

“After 28 years of starting and steering the business along with Kieran and a great management team through many changes, it is with great pride that I pass the baton to Nick to take and lead BA on the next steps of our journey,” said Brian, who was managing director of the company.

“Nick’s previous experience and working with him in his COO role for nine months now has given us valuable time together to explore all parts of the business. Nick is now firmly ready to take the challenge on. Both Kieran and I support and wish Nick the best for the new role and times ahead.”

Corlett added: “I’m truly excited about leading the next chapter of the BA story. Brian and Kieran have built an amazing business with a reputation for quality, design and manufacturing prowess.

“It’s an honour to be taking this role at such an important time as we launch new products and services. I believe we have a strong business and a great team around us and I’m looking forward to continuing the BA success story.”


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