Mike Skivington.

New recruits at Fernox

Published:  16 October, 2013

Fernox has recently welcomed two new members to its growing sales team. Mike Skivington will be joining as area sales manager for London and Susanna Shrubsole as area sales manager for the north west of England.

Mr Skivington previously worked for Fernox as a sales representative, focusing on customer relations including national and independent merchant accounts. He re-joins Fernox after his most recent role in technical sales recruitment at Michael Page.

“I’m delighted to be back at Fernox,” he said. “We have a comprehensive and best-in-class range of high-quality cleaners, protectors and filters – as well as a strong technical team to provide the support customers need. I’m really looking forward to helping create new business opportunities and demonstrating to the contractor, public sector and merchant customers how Fernox can help.”

Ms Shrubsole joins Fernox after holding a management position in the hospitality industry. She will cover North Wales, Liverpool and Manchester and her overall objective is to help generate new business opportunities.

“This is a new industry for me and I’m privileged to be working with Fernox, a company that has pioneered chemical water treatment in the UK and Europe, and its brand is synonymous with quality water treatment,” Ms Shrubsole concluded.

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