Manufacturer of designer towel rails and radiators, IRSAP, has promoted Andy Phillips to the position of managing director.
With a decade of experience with the company, Mr Phillips will oversee the continued growth across the three brands that sit within the IRSAP family in the UK.
Since joining the company in 2011, Mr Phillips has progressed through the business in a number of roles, most recently as sales director for IRSAP and its brands - Supplies4Heat, The Radiator Company and Clyde Radiators. During this time, he has gained extensive experience of both the brand and the kitchen and bathroom sectors and will apply this knowledge to his new role, where he will be responsible for the entire UK business, including logistics, sales and finance.
Speaking on his promotion, Mr Phillips said: “I’m looking forward to working with the IRSAP team and board of directors to lead the business through the next phase in our UK market presence, by growing and developing the IRSAP brands as well as continuing to strengthen our customer relationships.
“The pandemic has really changed the way buying and selling works, and IRSAP has adapted hard and fast. New opportunities and new challenges have continued to open up, and I am excited to tackle them head on by developing our ranges to broaden the opportunities available for these products; placing us as a dominant player in the UK heating market.”
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