Ideal Commercial Boilers signs deal with Compheat sales agency

Published:  10 September, 2015

Ideal Commercial Boilers has extended its sales force in the north of England after signing a contract with Compheat, a sales agency in the heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) sector.

Andy Forrest, Paul Jones and Mark Clayton, commercial business development managers for Ideal Commercial Boilers, will now be working alongside Compheat managing director, Gary Kettlewell, and his partners Paul Hill and Chris Dooley, to provide a consultative service to customers in the north of England. This will include contractors, consultants, merchants and engineers. The team will also be responsible for identifying new business opportunities.

Darren Finley, national sales director for Ideal Commercial, said: “We are delighted to be joining forces with Compheat Ltd, a collaboration that I am certain will prove mutually beneficial for both companies.

“The expertise offered by the Compheat team will complement the knowledge and experience of our existing sales force, serving to strengthen and support our rapidly growing business and further consolidating our position as the UK’s leading commercial boiler manufacturer.

“On behalf of Ideal Commercial Boilers, I wish Gary, Paul and Chris a very warm welcome and look forward to a successful future,” Mr Finley added.

Established by Mr Kettlewell in 1999, Compheat has been operating for more than 16 years, and collectively the team has over 90 years of industry experience.

The company also has contacts with consulting engineers, local authorities, NHS trusts, university estate departments and retail sector representatives.

Image: (l-r) Paul Hill, Gary Kettlewell, Darren Finley, Chris Dooley

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