Tim Scott, sales and marketing director at humidity control specialist, Condair, is retiring after 32 years of service to the company.
Having originally joined the company, known then as JS Humidifiers, in 1988 in the sales department, Tim became service director 13 years later and then finally sales and marketing director in 2007.
During his time Tim has seen the company successfully expand its operations to become the UK’s leading humidifier company and also internationally, to distribute its products across the world from South America to Asia, and becoming an integral part of the global Condair Group in 2014.
He said: “Looking back across the last three decades working in the humidity control sector, I feel really privileged to have worked with such amazing people, including my direct colleagues and also the wider network of customers, suppliers and distributors. The company has always had a strong family feel, coming from its origins as an owner-operated organisation. A company ethos of fairness and equity, alongside taking pride in our performance and a definite focus on enjoyment and social fun, has meant the last 32 years have been an absolute pleasure.”
Tony Fleming, head of Condair’s Northern Europe sales operations, commented: “I am proud to have worked alongside Tim for many years and look back on those years with great memories across both business and social enjoyment. Tim has led the company in a fair-minded, positive and calm way that has made the business not only a successful organisation but a very nice place to work. We wish him every happiness and good fortune in his future endeavours and thank him for the dedicated contribution he has made to Condair.”
Condair is represented in the UK by Condair plc, which offers system design, manufacture, supply, installation, commissioning, maintenance and spares. You can find out more by visiting the company’s website at www.condair.co.uk.
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