Smith’s Environmental boosts UK sales presence
Published:  14 April, 2011

CHELMSFORD: Smith’s Environmental Products has announced the appointment of Mark Elliott as sales and specification manager for the South of England.

Mr Elliott, who will work across both the company’s products and systems divisions, joins from air conditioning and refrigeration wholesaler HRP, where he fulfilled both account management and field sales roles. He also has experience in electric water heating and solar thermal working with companies including Redring, Xpelair and Greenwood. He will also be responsible for managing the company’s presence at The Building Centre in London.

“I am pleased to have joined Smith’s because it is a well-structured company that produces innovative products,” Mr Elliott explains. “I aim to use my experience in renewable technologies to help strengthen Smith’s position in the south of the UK and am particularly looking forward to putting my specification experience to use in creating new business for the company.”

“Mark has impressive technical sale and specification experience which will be invaluable to us in bringing to market the sustainable Smith’s Environmental heating and hot water systems that are arousing such interest in the market,” commented sales and marketing director Jim Bennett.

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