Michael Thomson

Bosch boosts sales presence in Scotland and Cumbria

Published:  28 August, 2014

Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating has appointed Michael Thomson as commercial technical manager for the Scotland and Cumbria areas.

Mr Thomson joins Bosch with over 15 years’ experience in the commercial and industrial heating sector, and will play his part in increasing Bosch’s share in the commercial and industrial heating sector as well as driving sales within the region.

He has experience in selling commercial and industrial boilers to consultants, local authorities and M&E contractors coupled with recent experiences with biomass, flues, water heaters and fan convectors.

Geoff Hobbs, business development director at Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating, commented: “We are extremely pleased to see the Bosch brand get stronger in the commercial and industrial heating sector and this has been reflected with the expansion of our sales team in Scotland and Cumbria to strengthen our presence.

“The addition of Michael as commercial technical manager is something that is exciting for us as it typifies the growth of the brand, combining extensive knowledge of the industry with technical expertise.

“The future is exciting for the Bosch brand and appointing individuals like Michael, only strengthens our team of technical experts, allowing our customers to benefit from unrivaled customer service.”

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