Paul Berry has been appointed as dedicated Specification Sales Manager for Geberit in the Midlands.
In his new role, Paul will be responsible for building strong relationships with architects and developers, while working to support key clients with design and planning, specifications, logistics and technical support.
As well as this, Paul will deliver dedicated CPD presentations on Geberit’s core competencies, including technical and specification support for architects, architectural technologists and interior designers across the Geberit sanitary product portfolio.
The news comes after an exciting period for Geberit, which has seen its innovation pipeline accelerate over the past year.
Recent launches include a new range of products, from the stylish Sigma50 flush plate to the groundbreaking new shower toilet, the Geberit AquaClean Sela.
Paul brings more than 15 years of experience in the sanitaryware industry, most recently working as a Contract Sales Manager for Grahams Plumbers Merchants.
Paul has also undertaken roles as branch manager for both Grahams Plumbers Merchants and Bathstore earlier on in his career.
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