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Heatrae Sadia appoints head of specification

Water heating manufacturer Heatrae Sadia has appointed Simon Russell as head of specification.
Previously a Heatrae Sadia divisional sales manager, Simon Russell's new job requires him to make links with consultant engineers operating in the public health sector - a key market for Heatrae Sadia.

Working primarily in the London area, Simon will be responsible for co-ordinating overall specification work. A further two posts are being created to support this move.

Simon said:“We understand that specification is an extremely important part of our business and I will be working to reinforce our presence among both the public health and mechanical engineering sectors. In addition to creating this role, we have become an industry member of the Society of Public Health Engineers (SoPHE) which aims to provide higher profile and focus for public health engineers within the Chartered Institute of Building Service Engineers.” .
20 April 2010

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