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TROX UK gets new product development team

TROX has restructured internally, forming a new product management team for the UK.
TROX UK gets new product development team
Overseeing the TROX UK test facility and its staff is research and development manager Juergen Dieris who joined TROX UK two years ago from TROX headquarters in Germany.

To manage the introduction of new products for UK customers, three individuals have been brought together with specific responsibility for different sectors of TROX's product range.

Iskender Gençer is responsible for product management for the chilled beams range.

Barry Trewhitt is managing development of the fire damper range which will see major new launches of EN classified products during 2010. He is also responsible for decentralised air management systems.

Ian Thomas, the team's components product manager, will drive ongoing development of TROX's grilles, diffusers, fan coil units, acoustics and VAV products.

The company said the 'team will contribute to global innovation for the TROX group in those technical areas in which the UK has specific international expertise, as well as managing the ongoing development and delivery of new products here in the UK'.
22 June 2010

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