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06 October 2015

Killgerm announce appointment of new Managing Director

Killgerm Group are pleased to announce the appointment of Maria Teresa Carrascosa as the new Managing Director designate for Killgerm Spain.Maria Teresa has been working within Killgerm Spain for 16

Maria Teresa has been working within Killgerm Spain for 16 years, and has been instrumental in supporting Ted Byrne in the effective management of the business on several fronts.Commenting

Commenting upon the announcement, Rupert Broome, Killgerm Group Managing Director, said:"I am delighted with this appointment. Maria Teresa has an intimate knowledge of the current operations in Spain and Portugal, and her appointment will ensure a smooth transition when Ted retires, which is key for customers and suppliers alike. Although continuity will be a key driver for Maria Teresa as she takes on the role, equally she will be looking to take the business forward and continue to build upon the excellent foundations which Ted will be leaving behind."

"I am delighted with this appointment. Maria Teresa has an intimate knowledge of the current operations in Spain and Portugal, and her appointment will ensure a smooth transition when Ted retires, which is key for customers and suppliers alike. Although continuity will be a key driver for Maria Teresa as she takes on the role, equally she will be looking to take the business forward and continue to build upon the excellent foundations which Ted will be leaving behind."Maria Teresa will take on the role officially from 1st February 2016, and there will be a short transition

Maria Teresa will take on the role officially from 1st February 2016, and there will be a short transition leading up to Ted Byrne's retirement at 31st March 2016. We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Maria Teresa on her new position.

Source: BPCA.org.uk

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