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Croydex man retires

Published: 26 August 2009
Des Maull, one of Croydex's longest-serving area sales managers, is retiring after more than 30 years with the company.
Croydex man retires
Mr Maull joined what was Thorpac in 1974, before its acquisition by Lionheart in 1990, a company that subsequently bought the Croydex brand in 1992.

Speaking of his retirement Mr Maull said: "I am grateful for the loyalty of these businesses over the years. I've made many friends in the trade among other reps and will remember numerous trade shows with a smile."

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