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Caesarstone UK expands team again

October 2020

Caesarstone has made five appointments across key areas of the business.  Iain Everitt has joined the management team as Operations Director.  He brings with him 30 years’ logistics and supply chain management experience.  Having seen rapid growth and an expanding UK footprint in the last few years, Iain is tasked with scaling operations to meet ever growing demand.

In addition, Caesarstone has strengthened its team with the appointment of a new finance manager, two sales operations roles and a studio manager for the brands Manchester showroom in Trafford Park.

Amir Reske, Managing Director of Caesarstone UK & EMEA, said, “These new appointments illustrate the confidence and commitment that we have for the UK market, despite the unprecedented year that our industry is currently dealing with. They also point to our continued efforts to provide a first-class service to our customers and partners throughout the UK; something that we believe is vital as we all try to make the most of every opportunity.”

He continued, “Robust operations, finance and sales back-office functions are vital to provide the required level of support to our partners and these crucial roles will underpin Caesarstone UK’s ongoing growth.”

Caesarstone recently launched a new collection of dark colours – Black Tempal, Oxidian, Empira Black and Piatto Black – and has further new product launches planned for the coming months.

More at: www.caesarstone.co.uk

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