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ADEY appoints new members to sales force

ADEY has appointed five new positions in what the company says is the largest expansion of its sales team to date.
ADEY appoints new members to sales force
Two new regional sales management posts have been recruited for the North and the South along with three further area sales roles.

Through restructuring of the sales team, Tony Swift has been promoted after three years with the company, to become Northern regional sales manager. Paul Strudley has taken on the corresponding new role for the South joining the business from senior management and director roles at Thorn EMI Heating, Glen Dimplex Boilers, Baxi and Plumb Center.

Rob Hill joins ADEY's national sales team as area sales manager - South, bringing more than 20 years experience as a British Gas engineer and selling roles with Drayton Controls and Sentinel Performance Solutions.

Mark Osborne has taken on the area sales manager - Midlands position with experience from Drayton Controls and having worked previously at British Gas and Remeha Boilers.

The final sales appointment is Elizabeth Russell who takes on the area sales manager remit for Central East. While a relative newcomer to the heating industry, she has selling experience in property and fast moving consumer goods.

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18 July 2011

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