ELCO has appointed Sean Reid as sales manager for Scotland.

ELCO appoints new area sales manager

Published:  25 February, 2016

Manufacturer of commercial heating and hot water solutions, ELCO, has appointed Sean Reid as its new sales manager for Scotland.

Mr Reid has worked in the heating and plumbing industry for over a decade, including eight years as an engineer, followed by a senior role at Ariston Thermo UK.

With a wealth of experience and a thorough knowledge of ELCO’s commercial product range, Mr Reid is enthusiastic about his new role. He said: “The heating industry is a wide and diverse market and I truly believe the commercial sector in Scotland offers tremendous scope for ELCO. I’m fortunate to be working for a company that has a superb range of commercial products, so my priority is to ensure the brand name becomes well-known for providing high-quality units that can be relied on for years to come.”

Mr Reid continued: “Since I started this new role, enquiries from consultants and building services engineers have been incredibly high, so I’m looking forward to getting involved with some of the exciting projects taking place in the major cities, as well as the abundant rural opportunities.”

“We’re really pleased to a have added Sean to the team,” said Gavin Watson, sales director for ELCO. “His knowledge and experience in the heating and plumbing industry will certainly be valuable when discussing projects. Plus, having come from the Ariston Thermo family, he’s able to hit the ground running with the knowledge and expertise required to succeed in this role.”

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