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Combat strengthens team with new consultant

Combat Heating Solutions has strengthened its team in the UK with the appointment of Nick Winton as a consultant for its low intensity radiant heating business.

Nick Winton.

Mr Winton joins Combat in a consultancy role bringing over four decades of radiant heating experience with him working previously for companies such as AmbiRad and Phoenix Burners. Mr Winton has experience in specifying, selling and developing low intensity radiant heating solutions.

He has worked with many industry and end-user contacts, ranging from specifying consultants to the UK’s key installers along with the Ministry of Defence and major players in the automotive sector.

Mr Winton has developed sales in many export markets as well as introducing overseas manufacturers’ heating and cooling products into the UK market.

Keith Sprague, sales and marketing director for Combat, said: “We are delighted to have Nick on board, his experience and knowledge will enable us to effectively grow our market share and gain a stronger foothold within the important specification sector.”

25 September 2019


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