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New starters for Samsung climate solutions team

Samsung has kickstarted 2020 by announcing the growth of its sales team, appointing three regional and account managers to the team.

Andy Burrows, Samsung's new Northern regional sales manager.

The company has welcomed Andy Burt as Southern regional sales manager, Andy Burrows as Northern regional sales manager and Ian Press as sales account manager.

Mr Press joins Samsung after working at Mitsubishi Electric for 15 years, which involved contractor and consultant sales in the East Anglia area. With 30 years’ experience, Mr Press believes the biggest opportunity for Samsung is continuing to grow to make Samsung another viable HVAC solution provider in the market place in the coming years.

Mr Burrows has been appointed as Northern regional sales manager for Samsung from Mitsubishi Electric, after 17 years looking after contractor sales for the Northern Region of the UK. Mr Burrows was impressed by Samsung’s wide range of innovative products, commenting: “Already in my short time here, I’ve been very pleasantly surprised with some of the innovative products Samsung have in place, such as the Wind-Free range and the fantastic looking 360 Cassette.”

Lastly, Mr Burt joins the Samsung team as Southern regional manager after 16 years at Mitsubishi Electric, with his most recent role being branch manager at Hatfield, managing sales, technical and operations. Commenting on the changing industry of heating and cooling, Mr Burt said: “Samsung is investing heavily in people, product and infrastructure to promote its industry leading products. I believe the market is ready for change in which Samsung has the ability to disrupt and innovate.”

Commenting on the new appointments, Steve Fleming, head of air conditioning, said: “Samsung is an incredibly ambitious company and I’m delighted to welcome our three new starters to our growing team. At Samsung, we pride ourselves on investing in our team, to ensure we have the strongest team possible.

“We expect 2020 to be an exciting year for us and are looking forward to making our mark on the industry with our innovative range of products.”

10 February 2020

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