New general manager arrives at CTC

Published:  25 August, 2011

DROITWICH: CTC, the renewables division of international specialist heating and combustion manufacturer Enertech, has appointed Cliff Arnold as its general manager.

Cliff brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience of the UK renewables sector and his arrival heralds an expansion in product development and marketing activity for the CTC division. He has been involved with renewable products and technologies since setting up his own installation company before channelling his experience and efforts into a larger role. This led to him playing a key part in the establishment of the renewable division of Vent-Axia.

Commenting on his appointment Cliff said: “I’m delighted to be joining CTC at such an exciting time for the company and the renewables industry as a whole. I believe my sales experience and market knowledge will be pivotal to building a strong UK presence for the company.

“It is without doubt that CTC has superb product offering combined with some highly innovative supporting units such as the EcoZenith intelligent tank that provides an efficient and effective renewable package for the specialist installer and customer alike.

“We’re in the process of building upon the success already achieved by the CTC business in Sweden over the last 20 years, which undoubtedly can be attributed to the product development, design and overall manufacturing quality. We have a great team here and I believe we can replicate the market leading status from Scandinavia here in the UK.”

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