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Aermec boosts sales team

Aermec UK has strengthened its sales team with three new appointments as part of the company’s expansion strategy, which has gained strong momentum in the UK and Europe.

Alan Tyson (left) and Stuart Allen.

Alan Tyson, Stuart Allen and Ian Cummings will be supporting consulting engineers with HVAC solutions developed to address legislative requirements and deliver measurable energy savings and optimal performance. 

Mr Tyson has worked in the HVAC industry for 50 years, holding senior posts at Carrier as a commercial director and at UTC Power in the US as sales and marketing director for EMEA, based in the UK.

Mr Allen has over 30 years in air conditioning technical sales and management, and was recently UK sales and operations director and HVAC solutions director at Carrier. He is focused on the Midlands region, where he is well known to consultants and contractors and will be responsible for accelerating Aermec’s sales in in all markets.

Mr Cummings has worked both in HVAC technical sales with Carrier and HVAC project management with Crown House Engineering. He is well respected by industry peers and known for providing professional technical support in the application of HVAC systems and chillers. 

Managing director for Aermec UK, Paul Lawrence, said: “As Aermec looks to capitalise on its design and manufacturing capabilities, these appointments will take Aermec to new heights as we continue to grow. The experience and strategic expertise, combined with their proven successes reinforces our commitment to addressing the evolving needs of our customers and delivering a first-class service.” 

“The industry is undergoing many changes, particularly surrounding the application of new refrigerants. Aermec is at the forefront, taking advantage of the latest technologies and materials to provide customers with the best solutions for their applications,” added Mr Allen.

“Aermec offers a wide range of innovative HVAC products and is well-placed within the industry to address the increasing demand for high capacity air and water-cooled heat pumps, which recent industry nominations and awards substantiate.”

30 May 2019

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