Posted 20th February

Masterclass Kitchens bids farewell to area sales manager

By KBBDaily on 20th February 2019 - 09:12am
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Masterclass Kitchens has bid farewell to its longstanding area sales manager Steve Hansford, who has retired after 14 years with the business.

According to the kitchen manufacturer, Hansford has been integral to the growth of Masterclass, with his area having the largest turnover at the time of his retirement.

He will be succeeded by Wayne Jervis, who previously oversaw the Sigma 3 trade division and was also formerly an area manager at BSH.

“Steve will be a sorely missed member of the Masterclass family,” said commercial director Steve Tough. “He’s been a fantastic part of our team and I wish him all the best in the future.

“However, I’m thrilled to have Wayne Jervis take on this role as area manager for the M4 corridor and having worked with Wayne for many years at Sigma 3, I am confident he’ll push this territory even further and bring even more success for Masterclass.”


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