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Axair Climate changes include new MD

Mike Slattery, former head of the applied products division, is Axair Climate's new managing director.
Axair Climate changes include new MD
With effect from October 1, Axair Climate has announced a number of changes at senior management level including the promotion of Mike Slattery, to replace John Hatton.

The company said Mr Hatton will remain with the firm in the role of chairman and 'will continue to play an active role in the company's strategic planning'.

The new senior management team at Axair Climate also includes Tony Holmes as financial director, Lindsey Henderson as director of humidification and Tony Gibbins as operations director.

The management changes precede the company's name change to Walter Meier (Climate Solutions) Ltd, which is due to take place on the January 1st 2008.
2 October 2007

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