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British Ceramic Tile appoints national account manager

Published: 19 March 2008
Gary Chaffey comes joins as tile manufacturer seeks to grow market share.
British Ceramic Tile appoints national account manager
Devon-based tile manufacturer British Ceramic Tile (BCT) has announced the appointment of Gary Chaffey as its new national account manager.

Mr Chaffey will be responsible for national accounts with major existing diy multiple customers as well as developing new opportunities.

He has sales and marketing experience, previously working with leading diy retailers and suppliers including Spear and Jackson, Argos and John Lewis Partnerships.

Last year, BCT won several significant contracts including becoming the biggest wall tile supplier to Homebase.

British Ceramic Tile designs and produces a wide range of ceramic wall and floor tiles including the Candy Tile range and ranges for Laura Ashley and WET by the Hemingways.

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