Leading commercial heating manufacturer Remeha welcomes three new faces to its sales team as part of its ongoing commitment to provide quality technical, product and sales support for its customers across the UK.
Anthony Curry joins as sales manager for the newly created region of Yorkshire and the North East of England. His impressive career within the commercial heating industry includes time spent at British Gas and, most recently, Hamworthy Heating.
He said: “I know Remeha’s market-leading products well and am excited to be part of such a quality brand.”
Mr Curry can be contacted at email@example.com or on 07741 248 495.
Mark Briggs is Remeha’s new area sales manager for the North West of England and North Wales region. A qualified heating engineer, Mr Briggs is an experienced sales manager and a great asset to the team, having held senior sales positions at Polypipe, Elta, Bailey Mechanical and Electrical and Alumasc.
He commented: “I’m proud to be part of a great company working with passionate people.”
Mr Briggs can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07774 231 827.
Finally, Peter Spurway has been made Remeha’s area sales manager for the Home Counties region. An experienced HVAC professional, Mr Spurway is also a committee member for the CIBSE Home Counties North West Region. He has joined Remeha from sister brand Andrews Water Heaters, where he will continue as interim sales manager until the appointment of his replacement.
Mr Spurway said: “Remeha has a well-deserved reputation as a pioneer in the commercial heating industry, providing innovative products and exceptional service.”
He can be reached at email@example.com or on 07436 533790.
Chris Meir, Remeha’s sales director, said: “It’s important to us to ensure that all our customers continue to receive the very best service as we grow the Remeha brand. Anthony, Mark and Peter all have strong technical expertise and sales experience, so our customers in these regions are sure of receiving the excellent support associated with Remeha. They all bring a wealth of experience, and we’re delighted to welcome them to the team.”
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