Heatrae Sadia forms dedicated Megaflo team

Published:  20 May, 2016

Heatrae Sadia has announced a new tailored support service for installers fitting its flagship product, with the creation of a dedicated Megaflo sales team.

The team includes three business development managers – Martyn Jones, who will cover the North and Central England, Leon Slater for the South East, and Steve Piercy, who will cover the South and South West.

As well as being a key contact when it comes to advice on installations, the team will host regular breakfast briefings where heating engineers can pitch their questions to the experts.

The team will also offer advice on training, providing information about Heatrae Sadia’s courses, which include completing or renewing the G3 Unvented qualification.

Neil Thompson, head of UK sales at Heatrae Sadia, said: “We know that the Megaflo is the go-to choice for installers looking to fit an unvented hot water cylinder.

“With a new dedicated team made up of technically experienced individuals, we will be better placed to support these valuable customers, answering their queries and helping to put them in a stronger position to meet the needs of homeowners using the Megaflo range.”

Installers can contact the new team using the following details:

  • Central/North – Martyn Jones: 07771 563419 / martyn.jones@heatraesadia.com
  • South East - Leon Slater: 07436 533715 / leon.slater@heatraesadia.com
  • South/South West – Steve Piercy: 07917 603101 / steve.piercy@heatraesadia.com.

For more on Heatrae Sadia’s Megaflo product range, details of forthcoming breakfast briefings, and further information on the training courses available, visit www.heatraesadia.com or contact the relevant member of the team.

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