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Quinn Radiators returns under new management team

Following Quinn Radiators’ recent acquisition, its new management team is re-launching the business unveiling a fresh vision for the future and reaffirming the company’s position in the heating sector.  

With long-standing experience in the industry, the new leadership team has set out an ambitious growth strategy for the company and is aiming to increase market share for its panel and design radiators, as well as its bespoke commercial heating and cooling solutions. It will focus heavily on delivering unrivalled product quality and customer service, while building brand value and enhancing the company’s already long-established reputation.

Ceo David Kerr said: “This is an exciting time for Quinn Radiators, and we look forward to re-establishing the company’s rightful position at the forefront of what is a competitive market place. The new management team has been in the industry for a long time, so we’re harnessing this experience and implementing a strong strategy that will secure a very bright future for Quinn Radiators.”

Pictured, from left to right, are: Cfo Brian Beausang, chairman Tony Mullins and ceo David Kerr.

 

 

13 April 2015

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