Posted 13th March

Faucets celebrates longstanding staff member

By KBBDaily on 13th March 2019 - 08:00am
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Pontypool-based bathroom brassware and sanitaryware distributor Faucets has celebrated its specifications director reaching 30 years of the service at the company.

Gill Rowlands, pictured right, joined the company when it operated out of a single unit in Cwmbran, Faucets said, and has played a “huge part” in the company’s growth and development, rising through the ranks to reach the role of specifications director.

“This is a major achievement, and we all congratulate Gill on reaching this milestone,” said managing director Darren Taylor, left. “Faucets are very honoured and privileged to have so many long serving employees.

“It is a significant factor in our success story. Gill is our longest serving member of staff – she has seen many changes in the Industry and helped the company to adapt and prosper. She thoroughly deserves this accolade.”

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