New additions to ADEY sales team

Published:  13 January, 2016

ADEY Professional Heating Solutions has appointed four new members to its sales team across the domestic and commercial sectors.

Tim Page and Matt Cooper have joined Europe痴 largest water treatment manufacturer as new area sales managers covering the South Central and Anglia regions respectively. Both bring with them a wealth of industry experience to further bolster the team.

的知 delighted to have joined such a well respected and ambitious industry brand and I知 looking forward to helping support ADEY痴 continued growth, said Mr Page.

Having previously worked for Ferroli and Halstead boilers, Mr Cooper most recently spent six and a half years at Danfoss. Mr Page has worked for both merchants and manufacturers in the past including Plumbase, Purmo Radiators and Grant and Stone.

Two further appointments have also been made; Mike Green will drive sales in the north of the country, while Barry Wright will cover the south. Mr Green joins from Quinn Radiators but prior to that he was with Rettig Group for 10 years while Mr Wright has most recently spent more than six years with Ideal Boilers.

鼎ommercial filters are a particularly exciting area of the business as there is huge scope for development. It痴 great to come on board and I知 looking forward to the challenge ahead, said Mr Wright.

Paul Strudley, ADEY sales director said: 徹ur sales team is instrumental in the ongoing success of ADEY and I知 confident we have the very best in the water treatment sector. To start 2016 with four new appointments underlines our aims for the year and to have strong sales support in both the domestic and commercial sectors recognises the different demands of each.

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