Granger's, the British brand of maintenance products and insoles for outdoor and sporting goods, has shuffled its sales management in Central Europe. Erik Wolbert, until now key accounts manager for Germany, has been promoted to sales director for Switzerland, Austria and southern Germany. Simone Houben has been hired as key accounts manager for northern Germany. The 43-year-old used to work for Nike, Tommy Hilfiger and Bijou Brigitte. Simultaneously, Granger's GmbH has seen a change in its executive board: Oliver Marc Nobbe, previously managing director, is now business development manager. He has been replaced by Edward Marcus Hames of Granger's U.K. where he is in charge of global sales. At the German operations, he will act as commercial director in addition to his other duties. Frank Sauter will steer Granger's sales in the German-speaking countries. He is also managing director of BNS, which stands for Bergal, Nico & Solitaire, an important company in the sector of shoe care. As reported, BNS and Granger's founded a joint venture last year to improve the British brand's standing in Central Europe.