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Aermec expands UK sales team to accelerate growth

As part of its on-going recruitment drive, Aermec has announced a further expansion with the appointment of Alex Thompson as business development manager.

Alex Thompso, business development manager, Aermec

Alex’s new role will see him work closely alongside the wider sales team but he will be primarily representing Aermec in the south west of England and in South Wales.

“We are pleased to welcome Alex into the Aermec family. He brings a wealth of HVAC experience and will play a key role in delivering sustained business value from our award-winning solutions and help drive our growing customer base,” says David Evans, Aermec’s general sales manager.

Alex has been in the HVAC industry for 24 years having graduated as a mechanical engineer. He has held posts in R&D for nine years and over the last 15 years has been in technical sales with three leading air conditioning manufacturers and has multi-product experience.

He has extensive experience supplying chillers, CRACs and AHUs to a wide range of industries and applications – from data centres and mission critical applications to critical cooling for hospitals as well as providing cooling solutions to meet the exacting requirements of large office projects.

Alex will be developing closer relationships with consultants, contractors and end-users, providing advice on Aermec’s wide range of chillers, air conditioning products, fan coils and heat pumps.

“I have watched Aermec’s progress over a number of years and it is firmly established as experts in delivering energy efficient solutions for a wide range of industries and applications including the data centre and mission critical industries. I look forward to working with the team and to strengthening Aermec’s position and supporting the business in the next phase of growth,” comments Alex.

16 November 2021


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