JDP welcomes new Network Manager for South-East region

JDP (John Davidson Pipes), one of the leading suppliers in the drainage pipe systems and water management solutions sector, has announced the appointment of Paul Harrod-Welch as the new JDP Network Manager for the South-Eastern region of merchant branches. With over 5 years’ experience in the merchant sector, Paul brings with him a wealth of knowledge and a fresh perspective to the company’s operations.

In his new role, Paul will lead efforts to enhance sales performance and customer experience across the South-Eastern region of JDP branches. He aims to work closely with the JDP Branch Managers to boost colleague engagement and performance, addressing key insights from a recent JDP research survey to enhance workplace productivity.

Paul joins JDP from Plumbing & Heating Merchant, Williams, where he was a Branch Support Manager – a role that equipped him with the management and team leadership skills necessary to make significant contributions to JDP.

Speaking about his new role, Paul said: “I am excited to join JDP and contribute to its continued success. The company’s values and its ambitious plans for the future resonate with my own vision for growth and excellence. I look forward to working with the team to achieve our goals and set new benchmarks in the industry.”

Paul added: “I truly believe in the limitless potential of JDP, with both the company’s great leadership and ambitious growth plans, key factors that attracted me to the role.”



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