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New support team structure at Humidity Solutions

To support its growth plans and strategy for 2020 and beyond, Humidity Solutions has been recruiting and re-organising, and is ready to introduce its recently restructured sales and service support team.

Left to right: Claire Pike, Anais Stone, Hollie Johnson and Hannah Warwick.

This new structure will enable the company to provide its customers and suppliers with a more effective and efficient service.

Claire Pike continues looking after the planned maintenance contracts for Humidity Solutions’ customers, coordinating all visits and liaising with its team of service engineers.

Hannah Warwick provides administration support to the finance and after sales teams and has been instrumental in the reorganisation of the warehouse to enable the company to hold a larger stock and ensure it can meet all of its customers’ requirements.

More recently Anais Stone and Hollie Johnson have been welcomed into the company. They will provide support to the after sales and sales teams respectively.

Humidity Solutions takes pride in the fact that it able to support all of this team by offering flexible working hours to suit their busy lives with young families.

26 September 2019

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