Charles Wilson joins board of news distribution firm

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Left) Booker group CEO Charles Wilson

Menzies Distribution has announced that Former Booker chief Charles Wilson has joined the board of news distribution company Menzies as a non-executive director.

Wilson retired earlier this year as chief executive of Booker after 15 years at the helm, during which he oversaw the company’s merger with Tesco in 2018.

Menzies chairman Andy Clarke said: “Menzies is a great British brand and we are making excellent progress on our journey of growth and diversification. I am delighted to welcome Charles Wilson to the board as a non-executive director and significant shareholder.”

Read more: Opinion: What does the exit of Charles Wilson mean for Booker?

Greg Michael, chief executive of Menzies, added: “Charles Wilson joining Menzies is a fantastic endorsement of our strategy to be the partner of choice to the publishing and retail markets. We are looking forward to the insight that Charles will bring to support our ambitions through our unique set of services and capabilities.”

“I am delighted to be joining Menzies Distribution as an investor and non-executive director. The company has a strong management team, great colleagues and serves important customers. I look forward to supporting Andy Clarke our chairman, Greg Michael our CEO and the rest of the Menzies team in helping our customers prosper,” concluded Wilson.

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Paul Hill
Paul Hill is the Editor of Better Wholesaling. Paul can be found on Twitter on @BW_PaulHill, or can be contacted via paul.hill@newtrade.co.uk and 020 7689 3376.

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