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New distribution partner for Zehnder Group in Scotland

The family-run business, Versatile Group, whose grassroots are within engineering and specialised building products and services has appointed Philip Treacy to the role of operations director Ireland and Scotland, who will work closely with Zehnder Group.

The appointment will build on Versatile’s technical expertise and commercial acumen for the traditional commercial specification supply chain, focused on architects, consulting engineers and mechanical contractors.

Mr Treacy, who has more than 15 years’ experience working within the HVAC industry, will focus on expanding Versatile’s distribution of Zehnder products, specifically radiators and radiant panels for commercial applications in Scotland. To date, Versatile has been involved in some high profile projects in Scotland, including The Machrie Hotel on the Isle of Islay, The University of Dundee, Aberdeen Art Gallery and Dumfries Learning Town, to name a few.

Versatile, who are headquartered in County Meath in Ireland, enjoys a longstanding relationship with Zehnder that spans nearly 40 years.

Nigel Coston, commercial sales director at Zehnder Group UK, said: “Versatile has a fantastic knowledge of our innovative range of indoor climate solutions and we look forward to collaborating closely with Philip in order to maximise opportunities across Scotland.”

Mr Treacy, the new operations director at Versatile Group, said: “We are proud to supply our clients with access to Zehnder’s world-class products and we’re confident that we can continue to grow the market. Architects, planners and installers who want to realise resource-saving and technically sophisticated solutions for commercial, healthcare, hospitality and education projects cannot ignore the products of Zehnder.”

24 March 2020

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