(L-r): Paul Clark, driver/warehouse; Debbie Chalklin, renewable contract sales; Steve Gibbons, renewable sales; Roland Gibson, renewable energy representative; Paul Johnson, branch manager; Karen Hallett, branch administration; Alan West, warehouse/driver.

PTS celebrates its first year of green success

Published:  24 September, 2009

LUTTERWORTH: PTS is celebrating the first anniversary of its Renewable Energy Branch in Aylesford, as it continues to receive praise from customers and make its mark in the field of ‘green energy’ technology.

The branch, which was opened on 30th September 2008, provides a dedicated resource for all PTS customers wanting advice on green technology and offers a more efficient service to those already installing these products.

The branch also contains an auditorium for manufacturers to hold training courses and to keep installers up to date on the latest legislation and technology hitting the market.

Andy Brook, PTS area director for the Southern Central Area, said: “The branch has made a real impact on both local and national customers who can source these products quickly and receive specialist support whenever they need it. PTS Aylesford is like no other trade facility and as a resource designed to make life easier for the customer, we have had consistently positive feedback.

“Not only are we continuing the great work that takes place on a daily basis but we are always focusing on improving our service and contributing to projects with local schools. We are just the first of many PTS Renewable Energy Branches, so we’re aiming to pave the way for an even more successful 2010.”

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