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RA Tech appoints new business development director

RA Tech UK, the creator of simple and long-term solutions that solve common heating and plumbing problems, has appointed Andy Pattison as business development director following a period of significant growth.

Andy Pattison.

Mr Pattison brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the RA Tech team, having spent more than 30 years in the heating and renewables industry working across sectors including installation, maintenance, sales and manufacturing.

RA Tech managing director, Russell Armstrong, said: “The recent changes we’ve made to our business and distribution model helped us end the year on a high and open up many opportunities for 2019. Andy has worked for some of the industry’s best-known names such as Help-Link UK, HomeServe and Kingspan Renewables and we believe his experience will help to further strengthen our market position. ”

Mr Pattison added: “This is a really exciting time for me to be joining Russell and the RA Tech team. Since Russell invented the hotun, the product range has been incredibly well received by installers, and the team has made outstanding progress getting the products stocked nationally by major distributors and merchants. Sales are continuing to grow every month and I’m looking forward to working with the team to build on this success.”

10 January 2019

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