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Wolseley

(ˈwʊlzlɪ)
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(Biography) Garnet Joseph, 1st Viscount. 1833–1913, British field marshal, noted for his army reforms
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It had been two cabins, but when Sir Garnet Wolseley or one of those big swells went down the coast in the
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is set to open its new PS1 million Kingfisher Cafe and refurbished headquarters at The Wolseley Centre on May 15.
Canton Tea, a wholesale supplier to the premium hospitality sector, has partnered with The Wolseley, one of London's best loved restaurants from Corbin & King,to offer an exclusive range of teas.
Global Banking News-October 9, 2017--Pension Insurance Corp agrees to deal with Wolseley UK
23 February 2017 - Swiss building materials distributor Wolseley plc (LSE: WOS) has signed an agreement to merge its Tobler Swiss plumbing and heating business with Walter Meier AG, a Swiss heating and HVAC distributor, the company said.
Ferguson, its US arm - which represents the bulk of Wolseley's earnings - grew like-for-like revenues by 5% in the quarter, down from growth of 8.3% a year earlier as it was affected by lower demand in industrial markets.
THE chief executive of builders' merchant group Wolseley is to step down from the role later this year.
Andy is currently Wolseley Group 01926 705000 Commercial Director and brings extensive experience of working with Wolseley Group companies to his new position.
Capita Managed IT Solutions has been awarded a multi-million pound contract by Wolseley UK, the UK s leading distributor of heating, plumbing and construction-related products.
STRONG growth in the UK and United States helped building materials group Wolseley offset crumbling construction markets in Europe as third-quarter profits increased.
EUROPE'S ailing economy dragged down half-year profits at building materials group Wolseley as it warned of more cost cuts to protect earnings.
THE modern executive saloon concept has roots in the British car industry of the 1950s, and one of the top examples was the big, comfortable Wolseley 6/90 produced in three series from 1954 to 1959.