Chemical water treatment and filter manufacturer Fernox has announced Nick Clift has become its new Area Sales Manager in the Southern Central Region.
With more than two decades of industry experience, Nick will offer valuable knowledge and expertise to the Southern Sales Team.
He will oversee the development of new and existing relationships with merchants, contractors and local authorities, in order to service and manage their business needs.
Nick joins Fernox from QRL Radiators Group, where his responsibility was for selling the complete range of products.
Nick will be establishing new business opportunities, as well as developing links with a wide customer base to raise awareness of Fernox’s comprehensive range of inhibitors, cleaners, brass and plastic TF1 filter ranges.
Commenting on the ‘really exciting step up’ in his career, Nick said: “Fernox is a well-established, leading manufacturer within the industry, not only due to its innovative products, but also for its commitment to service support and in-house research and development.
“I am keen to build and expand on relationships with the existing client base, demonstrating to customers the pioneering work here at Fernox and the benefits of its sustainable solutions.
“With an already well established Sales Team in the South, I am looking forward to working alongside them to continue their successful work raising awareness of the role of water treatment and the unique, technology driven products from Fernox.”
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