Aermec has bolstered its sales team with six strategic appointments to meet increasing workloads and continued business growth.
David Ede and Nick Spargo have been appointed as business development managers. Mr Ede has extensive HVAC experience, having worked for many of the industry’s leading names in chiller and air handling unit (AHU) sales as well as heat exchangers. He is a member of CIBSE.
Mr Spargo has an engineering degree and worked in the HVAC industry for over 22 years. He has experience across many technologies including chillers, AHUs, CRAC and dry coolers and held many sales and management positions.
Danny Lear takes up the post of London & South sales manager. He has a strong track record in chiller sales and has held many managerial roles.
Daniel Shelton also joins the sales team as a business development manager and will be boosting Aermec’s presence in the East Midlands. Mr Shelton brings over 15 years’ experience in the industry, having held various engineering and technical sales positions.
Michel Marsal joins as a senior applications engineer. Mr Marsal has a refrigeration background with multi-brand experience and has held various roles in the HVAC&R industry over a 20-year period.
Aermec has also appointed Phil Atkins as a project manager. Mr Atkins previously ran his own air conditioning business. He is a qualified electrician and completed the SMSTS (Site Manager Safety Training Scheme) and is also a ‘black hat’ supervisor, promoting best practice on sites.
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