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Spirotech appoints in key roles

Spirotech has made two appointments to its national accounts and sales teams.

Tony Carling is Spirotech's new national key account manager

Tony Carling, formerly area sales manager for the north of England, has been promoted to national key account manager, following almost five years with Spirotech.

Mr Carling will report directly to UK business director, Rob Jacques, and is tasked with maintaining strong relationships between Spirotech and its largest partners.

Speaking about his new role and goals for the future, Mr Carling said: “I’m incredibly proud to be taking up this important role in the business and working with our key accounts to bring the incredible benefits of Spirotech products to more people.

“With the support of the brilliant team at Spirotech, I will be looking at ways in which Spirotech can work hand-in-hand with its key partners to create new opportunities for both parties. I’m looking forward to getting started.”

James Hurtley joins the team with 15 years’ experience in engineering and heat exchange solutions and has been appointed as area sales manager for the north of England, replacing Tony Carling. Mr Hurtley will be responsible for identifying and creating new sales opportunities, as well as providing crucial support to customers.

Speaking on his appointment, Mr Hurtley said: “Spirotech is a business that is respected as much for its best-in-class engineering as its unmatched customer service, so I’m very excited to be joining the team. I’m looking forward to supporting our customers in ensuring they get the best products for them.”

Mr Jacques said: “Spirotech remains a family business, which is why it’s important for us to have a close-knit, dynamic team. With that in mind, we’re delighted to welcome both Tony and James on board in these new roles. These two new appointments will further strengthen the business, bringing together many years of experience in our competitive industry.”

1 September 2021


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