Ken Evans, Keith Nicholson and John McDowell take new roles at Westland Horticulture

Westland Horticulture has made a number of staff changes and developments to the company.

Keith Nicholson of Westland Horticulture - image: Westland Horticulture
Keith Nicholson of Westland Horticulture - image: Westland Horticulture

Ken Evans, who has been in charge of sales for independent garden centre sales for many years, has become the commercial director for sister company SE Marshall.

John McDowell, who has been a senior sales person with Westland for seven years, will take over responsibility for the whole sales department as sales director. 

He will be joined by Keith Nicholson who has become marketing director after six years as marketing head.

MD Edward Conroy said:

"It is an extremely exciting time for Westland; our new season products have been really well received and the development to our team here at Westland will only enhance this. Ken is the perfect person to take on this role at SE Marshall, and John and Keith have so much experience and knowledge that Westland will continue to drive performance for our retail partners."


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