Adey adds to sales team

Published:  18 May, 2012

CHELTENHAM: Adey Professional Heating Solutions has bolstered its national sales team with the appointment of two new area sales managers.

Wayne Potter has joined the award-winning company as area sales manager for the South West and Wales, while Darran Burrage has responsibility for Anglia.

“I worked in merchants for 11 years and then spent six years in a sales role for a large shower manufacturer, so I’m excited to be putting my years of customer-facing experience to good use working for an innovative company like Adey,” says Mr Potter.

Darran Burrage has spent most of his career in the plumbing and heating sector: “Having worked with boiler manufacturers, I’ve known of Adey and MagnaClean for some time now,” he says. “I’m looking forward to the challenges my new role will bring, working with customers in both the public and private sectors and showing them the proven benefits of magnetic filtration.”

These new appointments are key to the company’s plans for growth as it continues to focus on advancing its pioneering MagnaClean magnetic filtration technology, explains managing director Kelvin Stevens.

“MagnaClean is now installed in more than one million homes in the UK and has been adopted by more than 250 housing associations and local authorities. In their new roles at Adey, Mr Burrage and Mr Potter will be an important part of the team that continues to drive the successful adoption of effective magnetic filtration nationwide.”

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