Steve McDonald, business development manager at Ideal Commercial Boilers.

Steve McDonald joins Ideal Commercial Boilers

Published:  13 March, 2015

Steve McDonald has joined Ideal Commercial Boilers as business development manager.

His appointment expands the company’s UK team of sales and technical representatives, strengthening its position as a leading commercial boiler manufacturer.

Mr McDonald is responsible for accounts in the South West and South Wales, providing a consultative service to all customers including contractors, consultants, merchants and engineers. He is also responsible for identifying new business opportunities in the area, ensuring that Ideal Commercial Boilers’ extensive expertise and comprehensive range of boilers and Heat Interface units are well known to customers looking to specify high efficiency, reliable products.

Commenting on his new role, Mr McDonald, said: “I am delighted to be working for Ideal Commercial Boilers as it is a prestigious industry name and the recognised market leader in commercial boilers. In addition to offering some of the most innovative, easy-to-install products on the market, Ideal Commercial Boilers also provides extensive technical support that is second to none, ensuring all customers are supported from the beginning of a project right through to the end. I am proud to be working for a British company that is committed to achieving excellence in all they do and look forward to continuing to grow our customer base in the South West.”

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