Cosh leaves Wallaces TCB

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Chris Cosh, Procurement Director of Wallaces TCB, has decided to leave the business to pursue other interests.  His departure follows that of CEO Brian Calder in the summer and Sales Director for the on-trade, Matt Munro.

Chris Cosh comments, “After 27 years of working for Wallaces Express and now WallacesTCB, I have decided it is time for me to move on. Wallaces has been a very large part of my life, starting as a 17-year-old straight out of school, working for the family business. I’m extremely proud to have been part of a company, acknowledged as a leader in the Scottish drinks industry.

“I’m leaving the business in good hands, knowing that  the management and staff at Wallaces TCB will continue to build on our position as Scotland’s leading drinks business. I have really enjoyed my time working for the company and have made a lot of good friends. I wish everyone at Wallaces TCB every success.

Added Alastair Campbell, Managing Director of Wallace TCB, “ We’re disappointed that Chris has decided to leave WallacesTCB but as a valued member of our management team he departs with our thanks and best wishes. Chris and his family were instrumental in building Wallaces Express into Scotland’s largest and most successful independent wines and spirits wholesaler, ahead of its acquisition by C&C Group plc early last year. The subsequent creation of WallacesTCB created Scotland’s only ‘One Stop Shop’ for the On Trade.  We proudly continue to focus on delivering an unrivalled range of market leading brands and exceptional customer service.”


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