Posted 28th June

MHK welcomes sales manager

28th June 2019 - 11:00am
MHK, mover, KBB, sales manager

MHK Holding UK LTD – a subsidiary of MHK, Europe’s leading buying group for independent kitchen, bathroom and bedroom retailers – is delighted to announce the appointment of Steve Woodworth as sales manager.

Steve will be responsible for working with UK independent kitchen retailers, advising them on the services that membership of MHK brings to empower them to grow and develop their business, including first class purchase prices and a range of innovative services.

Steve Woodworth has over 14 years’ experience in the KBB sector, working predominantly with major kitchen appliance brands including Indesit, Liebherr and BSH Kitchen Division. During that time, he has worked with numerous kitchen retailers from all over the UK, building up an in-depth understanding of their business needs.

Sales director for MHK UK LTD Paul Wheeler said: “We are delighted to welcome Steve to the team. His extensive knowledge and experience will make a significant contribution in our ability to reach out to many more independent retailers and tell them about the multiple benefits that membership of Europe’s largest buying group brings.”

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