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Three appointments at Stiebel Eltron UK

Stiebel Eltron UK is celebrating record growth for the first half of 2017 and has made three major appointments to manage increased demand.

Turnover at the heating products manufacturer has risen by 16% on the same six-month period in 2016, thanks to an increased product range and further expansion into the leisure and hospitality industries. 

This is double 2016’s growth rate on the previous year and has necessitated three new appointments across various divisions; Andrew Probert, Andrew Buttree and Amber Larkin.

Amber joins the company’s head office from Vauxhall Motors in Ellesmere Port. She will be applying her transferrable mechanical skills to the technical desk at Stiebel Eltron to deliver technical support.

Andrew Probert meanwhile, has joined as a service manager for the south with a track record working in the mechanical and heating industries for many years as an installation engineer. Having handled, installed and maintained many heat pump systems, he brings a wealth of experience to the team.

Finally, Andrew Buttree has joined the company as key account manager for the a business development role working alongside architects and developers to create new specifications in the residential sector and help drive the ongoing growth.

Mark McManus, Stiebel Eltron UK managing director (pictured) said: “With a constantly growing portfolio of customers across a range of markets, it is imperative that we continue to serve our installers, suppliers and merchants with the best possible service. We are seeing increased demand across the residential and commercial markets and have a number of innovative new products in research and development as we speak.

“All of this means it’s an exciting time for our new starters to join the company, as we look to build on the success we have seen so far in 2017.”


9 November 2017


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