Clearwater ASM

New ASMs appointed to support Clearwater & Sterling brands

Clearwater Products has appointed two new area sales managers – Darran Tune (top) and Tim Williams (below).

Darran will look after the North East region while Tim will cover the North West.

Clearwater ASM

Supporting customers and developing new business opportunities for Clearwater sinks and taps in the northeast of England and east Scotland, Darran brings a wealth of knowledge to his new role, having worked for Spring Ram, Omega and Mereway Kitchens.

Tim will initially be covering North Wales, North West England and West Scotland, visiting existing customers, including independent showrooms, plumbers’ merchants, and developers, to maintain and secure new business in line with Clearwater’s growth strategy. 

With over 10 years’ experience in the kbb industry, Tim joins Clearwater from TMUK where he was National Sales Manager for five and a half years. With an interest and training in water filtration, Tim is particularly well-versed in the company’s range of filter taps.

“Both Darran and Tim have extensive experience in the kbb industry and are looking forward to meeting all their showroom and contract customers and maintaining the best possible customer service,” commented Dan Boulton, Product and Business Development Manager for Clearwater.

“They will be on the Clearwater stand (M113) at kbb Birmingham from March 3-6. Please come and meet them and the rest of the team, who welcome the opportunity to show off Clearwater’s latest collection of sinks and taps with fantastic showroom deals.”

Clearwater: 01684 299555

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