RWC is covered from Tottenham to Tipperary

Published:  06 October, 2014

Reliance Water Controls has appointed Cole Greenwood as regional sales manager (home counties and west), and Garth Walsh as product manager (Ireland) to its strong sales team.

Both new team members bring with them a wealth of industry experience. Mr Greenwood’s varied background includes working for some of the biggest merchant groups in the UK, as well as working within social housing with the consultant and M&E market. His hands-on experience as a qualified gas engineer gives him a unique skill set to add to the RWC team. “RWC seemed like a natural progression for me having provided both domestic and commercial heating solutions,” said Mr Greenwood.

Mr Walsh brings years of sales experience having worked for some of the UK and Irelands main merchants and distributors, including Beggs & Partners and PTS, as well as detailed knowledge of the RWC market and customer. On moving to RWC, he said: “The reputation of the company appealed to me; I knew of the high quality of RWC products and that it was a company I wanted to work for.”

Mike Saunders, European managing Director, said: “Reliance is a very strong brand and is known for its innovative solutions in temperature and flow controls. We have strengthened our sales team enormously in the last year or so, and with the addition of Cole and Garth can continue to be industry leaders through our products and our commercial team.”

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