Accrol hires new CEO

ACCROL, THE AIM-LISTED INDEPENDENT TISSUE CONVERTER, HAS APPOINTED GARETH JENKINS AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER.

Gareth joins the Blackburn company having spent 24 years at DS Smith plc, one of Europe’s leading packaging companies manufacturing corrugated solutions for the retail, FMCG and industrial markets.

He spent the last four years as managing director of the UK & Ireland packaging division and has extensive strategy, commercial, M&A and operational experience, gained in both the UK and in Europe.

Accrol Group Holdings plc (LON:ACRL) is the UK’s leading independent tissue converter, producing toilet tissue, kitchen towel, facial tissue and biodegradable wet wipes. The UK soft tissue market is worth £1.6bn with private label products comprising circa 50%. Accrol is the leading supplier to the private label market, which is growing at over 8% year on year.

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