Paul Carpenter rejoins CNG crop
Paul Carpenter (right) is now CNG’s senior key accounts manager.

Paul Carpenter has re-joined Gateshead-based distributor CNG Foodservice Equipment as senior key accounts manager.

He previously worked for CNG as a key accounts manager and earlier in his career with CNG’s MD Clive Groom and other members of the distributor’s current team, at another kitchen design house.

Carpenter brings experience in design as well as sales and project management to his new role and will be working closely with the existing key accounts team to drive the business forward.

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He commented: “I am delighted to be returning to one of the industry’s most respected kitchen design houses and am very much looking forward to working with clients both old and new, as well as the great team here at CNG, as we look to build on the company’s wide portfolio of award-winning projects.”

Groom added: “It’s not often that somebody of Paul’s calibre becomes available and so I am thrilled that he has chosen to return to CNG at this time.

“Having watched his career develop since we last worked together I have no doubt that he will be an invaluable asset to the business, given his extensive sales and project management skills and vast experience of working with some of the UK’s leading group operators.”

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Clare Nicholls

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  1. P&D Caterfab. . Great to see Paul back at CNG. One of the best companies we had the pleasure of dealing with over the years. We’ve had a close working relationship with Paul for over 15yrs and wish him Luck in his new position.

  2. Think this is a great move for Paul and CNG. We’ve been dealing with Paul for over 15yrs now as P&D and previously when we worked along side him at H.C Troldahl. Any dealing we have had with him always run smoothly without any complication. So re-joining CNG as senior key accounts manger is a well deserved position for him. To add to this CNG are one of the best companies we have dealt with over the years on a all round basis.

    So we would like to wish Paul Good Luck in his new position.

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