Halton's recent successes have enabled the continuation of an aggressive UK growth plan within its Buildings: Indoor Environments division, as the company welcomes Martin Fackrell as business development manager at a new Bristol location.
Mr Fackrell is based at Halton's new Bristol office, with a wide remit to support existing and new customers within the South West, Wales and West Midlands region. He brings with him tremendous passion, enthusiasm and experience from a variety of viewpoints of the built environment, and has previously operated in the smoke and natural ventilation arena.
Halton UK sales director, Mark Dawes said: “Recent projects across South West England and South Wales have prompted us to place dedicated resource in this exciting market and we are delighted that Martin shares our passion for promoting the message of well-being to the many building designers, developers and contractors based in and around the region.
“Building on the Halton brand and unrivalled reputation for excellent customer service, he will continue to listen to and understand our customers’ needs before presenting the best possible solution, the Halton way.”
Halton Group is a global technology leader in healthy and efficient indoor air solutions for demanding spaces. The company develops and provides systems for commercial and public buildings, healthcare institutions and laboratories, professional kitchens and restaurants, as well as energy production environments and marine vessels. Its mission is to provide its end-users with safe, comfortable and productive indoor environments that are energy-efficient and comply with the highest level of sustainability standards.
Mr Fackrell said: “I am truly excited to be part of the Halton Team. My entire career has been spent in the ventilation industry and I look forward to continuing this tradition as I begin a new chapter in introducing Halton and our superb products and first-class service to both existing and new customers located in the South West of England.”
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