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Two new appointments at Fetim

Published: 12 May 2015
Fetim has strengthened its UK sales management team with newly-created appointments and promotions.
Two new appointments at Fetim
Austin Butcher has been promoted from area sales manager to national accounts manager. He will be involved in the sales of all Fetim's product categories - flooring, shelving and window fashion and sanitary ware brands Aqualux and Haceka.

He has a key role in developing the business with B&Q and Screwfix and targeting new national accounts.

David Allison is Fetim's new national sales manager, bringing with him a 30-year record in the sanitaryware sales and service industry. Prior to joining Fetim he had been sales director at Phoenix Whirlpool.

His responsibilities include the development of independent and merchant sales across sanitary, flooring, shelving and window fashion.

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