Posted 28th May

Roman welcomes new commercial director

By KBBDaily on 28th May 2019 - 10:11am
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Shower manufacturer Roman has named Graham Speed as its new commercial director, promoting him from his former role of commercial manager.

Speed has been with Roman for 20 years. He began as a fabrication supervisor in 1999 before moving onto production engineer, then facilities engineer in Roman’s main manufacturing plant. In 2005, Speed was named shower plant manager. He then moved to the commercial department in 2007, becoming product manager and then later being named commercial manager.

“I am excited to be taking on this new role in such a fast-growing British company and look forward to developing the team further,” said Speed. “There are lots of new and innovative products to be implemented in the next couple of years and I am thrilled to be leading this.”

Roman managing director David Osborne added: “I am thrilled to announce Graham Speed’s new appointment as commercial director, where he will continue to lead Roman’s commercial and R&D team and further develop our success within both the retail and project sectors. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing home grown talent flourish.”


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