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Long-serving staff help Centurion celebrate 30 years

Published: 25 July 2014
DIY and hardware expert Centurion Europe celebrates its 30th anniversary with its 121-strong workforce, eight of which have clocked up 184 years' service between them.
Long-serving staff help Centurion celebrate 30 years
The Doncaster-based company was founded in 1984 and 30 years on the workforce has grown from just two employees to 121. One of Centurion's longest serving employees has been with the company from day one.

Buyer Sue Otley said: "Having been here right from the start, I've seen first- hand how the company has developed. Putting people first, both customers and employees has allowed Centurion to go from strength to strength."

Managing director, Paul Kantecki, who has 20 years under his belt himself, added: "We are very lucky to retain such a loyal, dedicated and experienced workforce who are continually willing to develop our products and services to meet our customers' needs.

"It's an exciting time at Centurion Europe, with new developments at our premises, more streamlined services on offer and opening up new markets. I'm extremely proud of what has been achieved by our team so far and look forward to the next phase."

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