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New faces at Decco

Published: 12 April 2010
Decco has appointed two new managers.
New faces at Decco
Steve Robertson takes over at White Milne & Co in Dundee and Kevin Doublard is the new manager at K Supplies with responsibility for Rawstenstall, Burnley and Blackburn.

Decco's chief operating officer John Findlay said: "I'm delighted to welcome Steve and Kevin to the team. They both have a wealth of experience and knowledge and I am looking forward to working with them as they improve the service that their businesses offer to customers in Tayside and the north west of England."

Mr Robertson started work as a trainee in the warehouse at White Milne after leaving school 25 years ago. He said: "After leaving to gain experience working for a number of other companies in Dundee, to be able to return to White Milne as the manager is a dream come true."

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