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Sales director for ADEY

Magnetic filtration supplier ADEY Professional Heating Solutions has appointed Paul Strudley as its new sales director. Before joining ADEY in 2010, Mr Strudley previously worked in senior sales roles with Baxi, Plumb Center and Dimplex Boilers.
Sales director for ADEY
'I've worked in the heating industry for more than 30 years, building strong relationships with merchants, installers, contractors and specifiers for some of the best known brands including ADEY,' he said.

'As the magnetic filtration market continues to grow and evolve, I'm delighted to join the board at ADEY and be part of the senior management team. The company's dedicated to maintaining a reputation for innovation and quality while ensuring that MagnaClean continues to be the professional installers' filter of choice.'

This is the latest in a series of recent appointments ADEY has made to its sales and design teams, explained managing director Kelvin Stevens.

'There are exciting times ahead for ADEY and the magnetic filtration market as a whole. We want to ensure we have a strong and dedicated team in place as we continue to advance our award-winning MagnaClean, MagnaCleanse and chemical technology and provide vital support for our industry partners.'

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21 June 2012

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