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From Pyrex to Croydex

Published: 20 May 2011
Shower and bathroom accessories manufacturer Croydex has expanded its retail sales team with the appointment of Stephen Porter as commercial manager.
From Pyrex to Croydex
Mr Porter is new to the KBB category, but not to the home enhancement sector, having previously spent eight years in housewares at Pyrex, latterly as national accounts manager.

Working alongside Sue Brookwell, who was appointed commercial manager earlier this year, he will assume responsibility for some of Croydex's biggest retail customers as well as being tasked with attracting new stockists to the brand.

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