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New business development appointment for Dravo

Dravo has strengthened its team in the UK with the appointment of Chris Boroughs as business development manager.

Chris Boroughs is Dravo's new business development manager

Mr Boroughs brings 13 years of HVAC knowledge and experience with him and will be responsible for enhancing the Dravo brand and reputation as market leaders in heating and ventilation solutions as well as developing and expanding customer relationships throughout the whole of the UK. He will also be involved in specific projects notably on the specification side, he will be working alongside contractors and specifiers to deliver successful HVAC solutions.

Mr Boroughs commented: “I am delighted to join the Dravo team, I am looking forward to driving the business forward and meeting customers face to face after what has been a very challenging time for the country as a whole. I feel there is a positivity and confidence within the industry about the forthcoming months.”

Keith Sprague, sales and marketing director commented: “We are delighted to have Chris onboard; his appointment reflects our strategy to drive profitable business and deliver growth through continued investments to improve safety, quality and innovation. We stay committed to help our channel and partners grow profitably to create a legacy for our customers and achieving our position as the UK’s leading trusted HVAC partner”.

28 July 2021

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