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Steve Cooke leaves Rolson Tools for Sales Director role at Loving Pets UK

Published: 13 September 2018 - Kiran Grewal

Loving Pets UK and Europe has appointed Steve Cooke as Sales Director. Mr Cooke has some 35 years of experience dealing with major retail chains, distribution channels, trade, and the massively fast-growing online sector.  

Managing director of Loving Pets UK & Europe, Jonathan Moyce said: “As business development manager at Rolson for 13 years and with a collective history of 35 years in the import of the branded goods industry, Steve is ideally positioned to help take Loving Pets to the next level in the UK and Europe. The US parent business achieving some $70m in revenue would suggest this company is ready to step up the game on this side of the Pond.”

 

New Head Offices and warehousing are being constructed in East Sussex, ready for December 2018, with a showroom where companies can see the range of products and find out how they can participate further.

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