Spirotech boosts UK sales team

Published:  02 July, 2013

Water conditioning and system protection specialist Spirotech has added to its UK domestic sales division, with the appointment of Jon Weller as area sales manager.

Bringing 24 years’ industry experience to the Spirotech team, as well as a wealth of knowledge within the filtration market, Mr Weller is joining the company’s domestic division where he will be servicing existing accounts and developing new customers across London and the South East area.

Suzanne Day, national sales manager at Spirotech Domestic, said: “We are thrilled to extend our UK domestic sales team and to welcome Jon on board. Spirotech is experiencing an exciting period of development, with the recent launch of Spirotech’s next generation products, as well as several new initiatives scheduled to be launched in 2014. With a proven track record and considerable experience in the sector, I’m sure Jon will play a key role within the company’s expanding national domestic sales team.”

Commenting on his appointment, Mr Weller said: “I am delighted to have joined Spirotech, an established company that’s renowned for its high-quality, innovative products. It’s a great opportunity to be part of the Spirotech team, selling acclaimed dirt separation, de-aerator and system protection products, within the Spirotech domestic sector.”

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