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Marley Plumbing and Drainage appoints new technical services manager

  • 11 Apr 2017

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Marley Plumbing and Drainage has appointed Lloyd Winter as its new technical services manager, to meet the increased demand for design and technical advice.

Lloyd will be leading the technical team more with than 30 years of experience behind him, helping the company to continue to provide its customers with advice and support.

Lloyd explained that he is delighted to have been appointed as the new technical service manager, as a role which will provide him with new challenges.

Lloyd will assist customers with technical and installation requirements they might have and give a helping a hand to the sales force too.

Marley offers a full design service, for customers who use their products; CAD drawings or floor plans are used to produce isometric layouts in line with Building Regulations and British Standards. These layouts are produced with all of the relevant product codes, which make up the drainage design for a project.

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