Stoneham has increased the size of its design department with three appointments. Samantha Judges has been employed as kitchen designen while Arvind Dhorajiwala and Emma Jeffery have both been recruited as design technicians. Stoneham has invested in a number of facilities over the years including a high·tech finishing plant, in-house curved door and component production plus modern, flexible machinery.
Expanding its management team, Vauth-Sagel has appointed Dirk Eiynck as head of product management and marketing. Eiynck will be responsible for the innovative capacity ofthe product range, implementing individual customer projects and the global public image ofthe company. He brings with him a number of years experience within the furniture supply industry, having previously worked for a surfaces specialist for 14 years prior to joining Vauth-SageI.
Hettich UK has appointed Luke Salter as area sales manager; covering the new area role of West London and Buckinghamshire. He joins the company bringing 11 years’ experience in furniture fittings with him. Salter has been appointed as part of Hettich’s strategy to boost its sales and support team around the country. It is expected that more appointments are due to be announced in the coming months.
German kitchen manufacturer Leicht has appointed Matt Duncan as UK sales manager supporting UK sales director Graham Hopper Duncan will help support the existing showrooms within the UK. He has previously worked at Dandara property developers, as well as at Johnson & Johnson. He brings with him a degree in Spatial and Interior Design.
Dornbracht has extended its UK team with the additions of Matthew Gould, Gareth Hare and Karen Ferraby. Gould brings nine years’ experience to his new role of UK project sales manager; having previously held roles at Duravig Symphony and Gallery Matrix. Hare joins the company as international project co-ordinator and Ferraby takes on the role of business development manager.