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Decco names new manager

Published: 7 January 2019 - Fiona Garcia
 

The home improvement and garden wholesaler has appointed Jack Robbins as manager of its Dagenham branch

The appointment is effective immediately, with Mr Robbins moving across from Decco sister company, Stearn Electric which he joined as a graduate trainee in 2015.

He said of his new role: “I’m delighted to join Decco - one of the biggest names in the garden and DIY industry - and look forward to building relationships with existing and new customers. In 2019 Decco Dagenham will be working hard to offer our customers the best service, whilst continuing to support our suppliers with the best route to market for their products.”

Decco operates seven sites around the country, with a combined total of more than 350,000sq ft of warehousing space and over £10million-worth of stock. The business supplies independent high street retailers and garden centres throughout the UK with gardening, home improvement and housewares products.

 

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