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Weatherite Manufacturing promotes Cartledge to sales director

Weatherite Manufacturing has strengthened its board with the promotion of Steve Cartledge from business development executive to sales director.
Weatherite Manufacturing promotes Cartledge to sales director
In his new role, Cartledge will be responsible for managing all external sales and will join Weatherite's board, reporting to managing director, Jim Gale.

Cartledge, 46, has worked at Weatherite for almost 25 years. He started his career in Weatherite's factory, fabricating air conditioning units, and was offered a place in the office 18 months later where he began to design and develop products and manufacture alternative solutions. He then worked in the production department and played a vital role in the business working on CNC development.

In 1991 Cartledge joined Weatherite's technical director, Paul Griffiths, in the design and technical department which led him to the sales office in 1995.

During his tenure in Weatherite's sales division, he has worked in various roles from sales and applications engineer to sales manager and finally business development executive. Cartledge's main role during the last 15 years has been to manage the company's Tesco Plc account, which he will continue to do.

Cartledge will work closely with Weatherite's commercial director Paul Smiles.

In another development, Weatherite Services & Maintenance has appointed Andrew Johnson as its new service manager.

In his new role, Johnson will provide the business with engineering excellence, capable of delivering efficient and effective service and maintenance support for customers. He will be based at Aldridge, West Midlands, and will report to Weatherite Group director, Tim Whitehouse.

Johnson has more than 30 years of experience in the HVAC industry having worked at Johnson Controls and latterly at Walter Meier where he worked as business development manager in all sectors from applied sales to service and maintenance.
21 September 2010


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