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Netto looks to extend non-food offer with additions to management team

Published: 15 February 2008
Value supermarket chain appoints new operations director and non-food business unit controller.
Netto looks to extend non-food offer with additions to management team
Netto, has appointed a new store operations director, Paul Newby, and non-food business unit controller, Damian Ingle, to strengthen its senior management team.

Both have extensive experience in retail.

Mr Newby, 45, will oversee the continued development of 'store standards' in Netto's 182 UK stores, whilst Mr Ingle, 36, is set to focus on enhancing all aspects of the company's non-food offering.

The latter has over ten years experience with a leading non-food retailer and will be heading up Netto's non-food buying team with a focus on driving sales and building on already strong relationships with key suppliers in both the Far East and the UK.

Mr Ingle said: " I'm looking to introduce new and exciting product lines alongside some of our hugely popular own label ranges such as 'ToolTec' (DIY), 'Home' (Housewares) and 'Scribe' (Stationery), as well as extending the core offer on pet care and everyday household essentials."

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