Reginox UK welcomes new area sales manager

Sinks, taps and accessories manufacturer, Reginox UK, is celebrating its latest addition to the team – Natasha Pearce. Natasha, from

Huddersfield, has joined Reginox as its new Area Sales Manager across the North region. The role will see Natasha

grow and develop Reginox UK’s client base across the region both through existing and new customers, as well as maintaining the highest level of customer service and client liaison. Natasha Pearce, Area Sales Manager, North said: “While I’m new to the

KBB industry. I have a wealth of experience within the sales function so I’m really excited to use the skills and expertise that I have gained over the years to benefit Reginox in my new role and make the North region the most successful in the company’s history.” Dave Mayer, Sales and Marketing Director of Reginox UK, added, “Natasha

joins us at a really exciting time, and we can’t wait to see the impact she has on our business across the North. “What struck me about Natasha is her genuine interest in people and

enthusiasm for the work she does. For our customers, this is the perfect combination and we are confident that she will be able to grow our client base even further.”

IDS makes strategic appointments with new dual Operations Directors

Recognising the breadth of its national operations, specialist surface materials distributor IDS has re-shaped its senior management team with the promotion of Sara Jones to Operations Director (North) and the appointment of Alex Rees as Operations Director (South). Sara is the first female to

join the IDS board in the company’s 20 year history having originally joined the business in 1994 as a Trade Counter Assistant and progressing to hold the position of Regional Director since 2011. In her new role she will have full responsibility for five distribution sites across the North of England, as well as the production facility and digital business at Parkhouse at Stoke. Prior to joining IDS, Alex gained nine years’ experience with a number

of Saint-Gobain owned businesses operating in the building materials industry, including Jewson, Gibbs & Dandy, Normans and British Gypsum. Most recently Alex has completed a secondment assignment with Saint Gobain Lodhia Gypsum in Tanzania, where he rebuilt and managed a sustainable plasterboard facility. In his new position at the surface materials distributor, Alex will be responsible for sales and operations at 11 branches in the south of England.


TTA Awards highlight top projects


he annual TTA Awards have been held recently via an online format – which turned out to be a great success.

Kyran Bracken MBE hosted and the Awards recognised excellence and achievement in tiling across a range of categories. The Gold sponsors, without whom these Awards would not be

possible, were: Banks & Lloyd, Jackoboard, Mapei, Norcros Adhesives, Palace Chemicals, PCS, Shackerley (Holdings) Group Ltd., Tilemaster Adhesives, Trimline Group, UltraTileFix and Verona. Among the key categories, Best Domestic Project highlighted a superb

bathroom tiling job. The category was won by Arrow Tiling for their work at 75 Eaton Square, Belgravia. Arrow Tiling transformed the bathroom, kitchen, WC and hallway at this exclusive residential property. They were responsible for the whole job – sourcing the materials, setting out and installation. The most impressive aspects were the bathroom, featuring a walk-in shower, the bath, vanity unit with shelving, underfloor heating and fully book-matched large format porcelain tiles. As experienced installers of these tiles, Arrow knew that this project

was going to be quite challenging. This was due to the amount of mitred corners involved and the need to wrap the tiles around all corners and angles to give a completely book-matched appearance. All mitres were resin filled and polished, giving the seamless impression that the client requested.

The floor was the same tile but in a matt finish that also book-matched

and in total they used 16 large tiles for the floor and walls. Above the vanity and into the shelves all areas are book-matched and a continuation of the pattern can be seen in the reflection of the mirror from all angles. Over the last few years they have noticed a

dramatic increase in the number of clients wanting to use large format panels, so that now nearly half of the company’s work is installing panels of up to 300mm x 1500mm x 6mm in size. This particular job was one of the best yet.

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