Enertech appoints new MD

Published:  14 September, 2011

UK: International specialist heating and combustion manufacturer Enertech Group has appointed Graham Williamson as the new managing director of its UK business, Enertech Limited.

Mr Williamson joined the company at the start of 2011 as general manager for the Nu-way burner division, and since then has been involved with the company’s 2011-2012 strategic plans, as well as contributing to Enertech’s overall management and profitability objectives.

In his new role, Mr Williamson will be responsible for strategic and operational management of both of the Enertech Group’s brands in the UK.

Mr Williamson brings with him over 30 years’ experience in the heating industry, having worked for leading manufacturers of boilers and radiators. Prior to joining Enertech, Mr Williamson was the general manager for Ideal Commercial Heating, a role he took on after nine years as business director for ISG Group.

Commenting on his new appointment, Mr Williamson said: “With my years of experience in the heating industry, it is an exciting time for me to be undertaking this role with Enertech Ltd.

“Nu-way is a well-established name within the combustion market and we’re working hard to ensure the brand continues to go from strength to strength.

“To achieve the best heating and energy efficiency solution possible, customers are seeking to use a combination of fossil fuels in conjunction with renewable technology, and as such, Enertech Limited in the UK is well placed to meet this demand with our products and extensive team expertise.”

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