The Vortice sales team has welcomed three new recruits; Colin McNally, previously involved in passive fire protection and underfloor heating, Darren Clare, who has a background in ventilation and Gary Williams, who previously worked in the wholesale sector.
Offering a complete project management approach, the Vortice sales team works closely with all its customers to provide technical help and advice.
The internal sales team then guarantees the products are delivered at the correct stage of the project.
Paul Gunner, Sales Manager, commented: “This reinforces the complete UK coverage of the ‘air experts’ sales team. The team provides technical support from our intermittent range of fans to our larger commercial units.
“The key focus is customer service, providing aesthetically pleasing products, complete project management, aftersales and training.”
The new team enhances the ongoing advice and support by the head office technical team, which can produce a fully compliant design and quotation service.
Burton on Trent,
Phone: 01283 492949
Fax: 01283 544121
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