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Centurion Europe appoint new area sales managers

Published: 15 September 2017 - Kiran Grewal
Leo Bryant joins Centurion
Leo Bryant joins Centurion, having worked with the likes of Abru, Werner and RB UK/Eliza Tinsley

Centurion Europe, the Doncaster based supplier of DIY, Garden, Housewares and Safety products has announced the appointment of Leo Bryant and Matt Sagar as new Area Sales Managers.

Leo Bryant will be responsible for the South West region. Leo joins Centurion after working with such market leaders as RB UK/Eliza Tinsley, Abru and Werner. Leo has worked in the industry for over 30 years and previous roles include group national account manager, head of retail sales and UK & Ireland key account manager.

He said, “I’m most looking forward to meeting new and prospective customers across all sector, with a view to supporting them along with our excellent customer care team to get the most from Centurions vast and competitive product ranges.”

Matt Sagar takes over responsibility for the West Midlands/North Wales regions. He has extensive knowledge of sales and merchandising and will work with customers to identify products, display them effectively in-store with a range of centurion merchandising options, and ultimately work with customers to increase their turnover and profits. 

Matt Sagar will be responsible for the North West reason
Matt Sagar will be responsible for the West Midlands/North Wales region

Mr Sagar said: “Centurion is a forward thinking, fast-moving company with big plans for the future. I’m excited to see how I can help push everyone, both Centurion and our customers, to reach their full potential.”
 

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