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Double appointment at Ideal Commercial

Ideal Commercial Boilers has appointed Lorraine McFadden as business development manager for Scotland, and Peter Breeze as business development manager for the West Midlands and Mid Wales.

Peter Breeze and Lorraine McFadden.

Mr Breeze has been promoted into his new role, having joined Ideal Commercial in 2017 as sales support engineer.

He has 11 years’ experience within the HVAC industry, starting out as a contractor for a small independent merchant, working on renovation and heating projects in London and the Midlands. He then become a branch manager at Dougfield Plumbers Supplies. 

Mr Breeze said: “I’m thrilled to become a business development manager. After assisting Ideal Commercial in a sales support role, I’m extremely excited to be making an impact in my area and creating new relationships.” 

Ms McFadden also has considerable experience in the HVAC industry, including nine years as a technical engineer for ASM Pumps at BSS and two years at Neville Lumb. More recently, she was an area sales manager for Scotland at Herz Valves for three years. 

She will be taking over as business development manager for Scotland from Charlie Newell, who has been promoted to country manager, commercial products for Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Ms McFadden said: “I’m very excited to start my role with Ideal Commercial. They are trusted with their products within the HVAC industry, and I look forward to establishing new relationships with customers and introducing the company to my previous contacts.” 

30 May 2019


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