Danny Taylor.

MHS radiators strengthens its sales team

Published:  25 October, 2012

UK: MHS Radiators has strengthened its sales team with the appointments of Danny Taylor as key accounts manager and Gareth Charles as area sales manager for the South West Region.

Danny Taylor has over 25 years’ experience in the plumbing and heating industry. Based in Newport, his role as key accounts manager sees him responsible for developing business with house builders and increasing the merchant customer base. Having previously worked for radiator manufacturers such as Quinn, he sees renewable heating technologies playing an important role in the future, believing they will improve sales of energy efficient aluminium radiators, such as MHS own Decoral Ten.

Gareth Charles has a background in bespoke brass towel rails, and has been involved in the heating sector for many years. With his office located in Portsmouth, Mr Charles will be spending the majority of his time out and about developing MHS Radiators’ South West customer base and looking to increase turnover in the area with the wide range of products available from the MHS portfolio.

Gareth Charles.

Dean Chughtai, MHS Radiators’ general manager, commented: “Both Danny and Gareth’s appointments are a pleasing development for the ongoing growth of MHS Radiators.”

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