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ELCO appoints new area sales manager

Commercial heating manufacturer ELCO Heating Solutions has appointed Paul Mickleburgh as area sales manager for the South East of England.

Paul Mickleburgh is a new appointment for ELCO Heating Solutions

Mr Mickleburgh will be responsible for helping ELCO grow its market share in the region, driving sales of the company’s commercial heating, hot water, district heating and renewable products.

He has over 30 years of experience in the heating industry, having worked in a variety of different roles, from combustion engineer, designing commercial heating plant, to more recently moving into sales for heating product manufacturers.

Commenting on joining the ELCO team, he said: “I have a real passion for providing sustainable solutions, which is matched by ELCO’s progressive attitude to manufacturing, as well as its commitment to research and development. I am excited to be part of a company that provides such high quality products that already exceed current industry requirements. Having worked closely with both specifiers and installers over many years, and being an active member of CIBSE, I understand the direction this industry is taking and, I am excited to be part of that change.”

He continued: “With ELCO’s latest product offering, I believe that we can fulfil any project’s requirements, successfully meeting the expectations of installers, specifiers and end users alike. I’m also confident there is a huge opportunity to increase the company’s market share in the South East – especially as there are some exciting new developments for customers to look forward to later this year.”

Outside of work, Paul enjoys travelling, especially around South America, and his hobbies include photography, running and spending time with the family.


2 March 2021


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