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Decco appoints Andy Macmillan as Perth manager

Published: 23 January 2019 - Kiran Grewal

Home improvement and garden wholesaler, Decco has announced it has appointed Andy Macmillan as Manager for Decco Perth. Mr Macmillan has replaced John Graham who retired at the end of 2018.

Mr Macmillan joins Decco from Sally Salon Services, his most recent role being Head of Store Operations for its 260 stores.

Commenting on his appointment, Mr Macmillan said: “I am hugely excited to have joined the great team at Decco Stuart & McIntosh and be given the opportunity to lead a team that thrives on achieving operational excellence and delivering best in class service to all our customers.  The welcome I have received from the industry has been overwhelming and I look forward to building not just strong business partnerships but also good friendships with customers and suppliers alike.”

 

 

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