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Vent-Axia names new managing director

Before joining Volution, Mark was vice president of sales – solutions EMEIA at safety and security products company, Allegion plc. Prior to that he worked for Allegion’s former parent company, Ingersoll Rand, for 12 years in a range of director roles.

Vent-Axia has announced that Mark Hoskins has been promoted to managing director of Volution Group plc’s UK Ventilation Division.

He was previously Volution Ventilation Group’s UK sales director. In his new role he is responsible for the groups’ UK ventilation companies, including the Vent-Axia business.

Mr Hoskins joined the company last year and, with 20 years’ management experience, he brings a wealth of expertise and knowledge to his new role. As Volution Ventilation Group’s UK sales director, he was responsible for sales and customer care of the two UK brands, including Vent-Axia. In his new role he will be responsible for overseeing the UK Ventilation Group’s entire business, including strategic growth.

Before joining Volution, Mark was vice president of sales – solutions EMEIA at safety and security products company, Allegion plc. Prior to that he worked for Allegion’s former parent company, Ingersoll Rand, for 12 years in a range of director roles.

25 June 2015

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