Following a continued period of growth, Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating has invested in its sales team and has appointed four new specialist sales managers.
William Johnson, David Bowen, Damien Stephens and Danny Hewitt join with more than 30 years’ experience in the industry. The four will cover all areas of the business, from Combined Heat and Power (CHP) to hot water and steam boilers, at both a regional and national level.
William Johnson takes on the role of large scale CHP sales manager. He will demonstrate the efficiency and CO2 gains CHP offers large businesses throughout the UK and encourage them to harness the technology’s benefits. Prior to joining Bosch, his degree in Engineering Management saw him work in China and Australia, before taking up a position in the UK commercial boiler industry three and a half years ago.
Alongside William, David Bowen takes up the role of industrial sales manager for the North and Scotland. He has worked in industrial boiler sales and project management roles for more than ten years, specialising in large steam and hot water projects and is able to help buyers identify and select the most efficient and cost effective equipment from Bosch’s extensive industrial steam and hot water boiler range.
At the other end of the country, Damien Stephens, has been announced as southern sales manager for CHP. He began his career on the trade side in warehousing at 19, before spending the last eight years based in Romford and East London in a Sales and Key Accounts Manager role.
The final new addition is new commercial and industrial sales manager, Danny Hewitt. He has 12 years of sector experience having started off at the age of 18 on a trade counter. He later moved into distribution before becoming a sales manager in the North East for a leading pumps manufacturer. In his new role he will look after the boiler and plantroom needs of north from his base in Leeds.