Bosch expands sales team in the UK

Published:  21 January, 2016

Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating has invested in its sales team with the appointment of four new specialist sales managers.

William Johnson, David Bowen, Damien Stephens and Danny Hewitt join Bosch and the four will cover all areas of the business from combined heat and power (CHP) to hot water and steam boilers at both a regional and national level. Mr Johnson takes on the role of large scale CHP sales manager. Mr Johnson is tasked with demonstrating what CHP can offer large businesses throughout the UK, encouraging them to harness the technology’s benefits.

Mr Bowen takes up the role of industrial sales manager for the North and Scotland, specialising in large steam and hot water projects and is able to help buyers identify and select the most efficient and cost effective equipment. At the other end of the country, Mr Stephens has been announced as southern sales manager for CHP. The final addition to the company is new commercial and industrial sales manager, Mr Hewitt. Mr Hewitt brings with him 12 years of sector experience having started off at the age of 18 on a trade counter. His new role will see him look after the boiler and plantroom needs north of Leeds.

Geoff Hobbs, business development director at Bosch, said: “We now have a stronger team of sales experts than ever before, with a wealth of experience and relevant industry qualifications they will continue to provide the first class customer service people expect from a global brand such as Bosch.”

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