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Coram Group appoints new national specification manager

Published: 4 July 2016
Coram Group UK has announced the appointment of James Walker into the newly created role of national specification manager, within the company's national specification team.
Coram Group appoints new national specification manager
Mr Walker has been recruited to concentrate on building the company's strategy within the national house builder, care home and retirement sectors and to manage some of the group's key accounts as well as strategic market sectors. Mr Walker will be responsible for selling Coram Group UK's whole showering solutions portfolio including Coram, Impey and Geesa products.

Mr Walker's appointment adds further drive, experience and ambition to Coram's national specification team. His recruitment demonstrates Coram Group UK's commitment to growing their business in a competitive marketplace and their intention to capitalise on current demand for showering solutions across the commercial sector.

Mr Walker joins the company from AzkoNobel, where he spent 14 years, most recently in the position of national account manager.

Group sales director Liam Ryan said: "James brings with him a wealth of experience in the specification sector as well as an in depth knowledge of the national construction market. His supply chain and project management expertise will prove invaluable in his new role as our national specification manager and we are incredibly pleased to welcome James to the Coram Group UK team."

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