Posted 29th May

Rearo creates two new regional manager roles

By KBBDaily on 29th May 2019 - 15:06pm
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Glasgow-based bathroom and kitchen surface manufacturer Rearo has created two new regional manager roles as part of a change in management structure in the domestic side of the business.

Jonathan Wilson has been promoted from Rosyth branch manager for regional manager for Scotland, while Washington branch manager Neil Munro has become regional manager for England and Wales.

The pair will oversee all trade counter operations as well as relationships with Rearo’s key distribution partners including Claygate, Smiths-Briten and William Wilson.

“This is an exciting new phase for Rearo as we look forward to further strengthening our relationships with key distributors and developing our customer base,” said Rearo managing director Graham Mercer.

“Our two new Regional Managers have, collectively, over 20 years’ experience within the business and have played a vital role in the success and growth of Rearo,” Mercer added.

“Managing two of our highest performing branches, Jonathan and Neil have extensive knowledge and understanding of their customer markets North and South of the border. I believe in their new senior roles both can contribute even further and take Rearo to the next level.”

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