New installations director for C&C


C&C Catering Equipment has promoted Mark Roxburgh to installations director from his current post of senior project manager.

Roxburgh has been with the Chester-based distributor since 1998, and the company reports that his hard work and dedication are the cornerstones to his continued success.

Spending 90% of his time in the capital, Roxburgh has managed over 200 projects including Nomura, The Café Royal, American Express, UBS, The Parliamentary Estates and Ernst & Young.

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Project director Paul Parry commented: “Having worked with Mark for nearly 20 years, I consider him to be one, if not the best project manager in our industry.

“He has successfully delivered a great amount of our most prestigious projects in sometimes very difficult circumstances. I am proud to have him on our team and extremely pleased with this announcement.”

MD Peter Kitchin added: “Mark joined the company as a delivery help/driver in 1998. He was originally working for an agency but we could see in him a person that could be an excellent long term member of our team. We were right. He joined us and has not looked back.

“He is liked and respected by his colleagues at C&C and more importantly also by the big guns that he deals with in London on a daily basis. He is loyal, dedicated and a real team player.

“He deserves to be a director of the company as he is such an important part of it. He has risen through the ranks and shows all our younger staff what can be accomplished by hard graft. Quite simply he gets the job done and continues to be a great asset to C&C.”

Roxburgh himself commented: “Becoming a director of C&C is a very special honour. It’s a privilege to work with such a great team who allow me to do my job to the best of my ability. C&C are a team of winners and we all support each other! I would also like to thank everyone who I have worked with over the years.”

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