Smith's Fan Convectors appoint Craig Scanlon

Published:  28 May, 2015

Experienced heating and plumbing salesperson Craig Scanlon has been appointed Smith’s Fan Convectors regional manager for north London and the South East, covering Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire and West Berkshire.

Mr Scanlon has worked in the retail and trade sectors for over 14 years with both distributors and manufacturers, and has experience of selling domestic and light commercial products into a varied customer base, including contractors and specifiers. Commenting on the appointment, new commercial director Steve Boggis said: “We have an excellent sales team and are well known in the industry for recruiting high calibre professionals, who provide our customers with a first-rate service. Craig has an excellent track record, having proven himself in a variety of very similar roles, so we are really pleased that he is on board.” Mr Scanlon said: “Having worked in the industry for many years, I was obviously aware of the good reputation that Smith’s has established, so I was really keen to apply for the role. I am looking forward to increasing sales for them in my region and am very happy to be part of such a great team.” Since 1991, Smith’s has manufactured an extensive portfolio of domestic and light commercial fan convectors. All are supported by a five-year parts and labour guarantee.

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