Mike Skivington is Fernox’s new regional sales manager for the South East.

Fernox appoints South East regional sales manager

Published:  29 August, 2016

Fernox has appointed Mike Skivington as regional sales manager for the South East.

In his new role Mr Skivington will oversee three regional sales teams and will continue to develop the strong, collaborative relationships Fernox maintains with its customers.

Mr Skivington joined Fernox in 2010 as a graduate sales representative. Having developed extensive knowledge of the plumbing and heating industry with a clear understanding of customer requirements, he moved into an area sales manager position in 2013. Since July this year, Mr Skivington moved into his new role and is using his experience and expertise to give greater focus on the requirements of the region.

“Fernox has such a strong reputation as an industry leader in its field,” said Mr Skivington. “This is a fantastic company to be a part of – with highly experienced individuals, a comprehensive product portfolio and a pioneering ethos at its core.

“With a continued emphasis on filtration technology and the launch of the Fernox TF1 Omega Filter - our first ever brass nickel-plated filter for the domestic market - it is a really exciting time,” Mr Skivington continued. “In the coming months, my focus will be on meeting with customers and demonstrating to them how our product innovations can achieve market-leading results.”

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