Life-safety systems manufacturer, C-TEC, has announced the appointment of Chris Bradley as its new Southern Distribution Account Manager.
Chris brings to C-TEC over 10 years of experience in the industry, having worked for Rexel Senate, Channel Safety Systems and, most recently, Illumino Ignis as a sales manager/design engineer specialising in fire, disability and call systems.
The new role will see Chris create new accounts, provide key support to existing customers and promote C-TEC’s vast range of fire alarm systems, fire detectors, call systems, disabled refuge systems and hearing loops to electrical distributors in its Southern territory.
Said Brian Foster, C-TEC’s UK Sales Manager, comments on the appointment: “Chris is personable, enthusiastic and ideally qualified to join our talented team. I am confident his design engineering background and communication skills will prove a real asset as we start to roll out some exciting new innovations in the coming months.”
Based in Weston-super-Mare, Chris is married with two young children. A keen footballer, he plays for County League team Wrington and Redhill FC in his spare time.
Chris concludes: “I am thrilled to be joining C-TEC. I’m already very well versed with C-TEC products and this represents a fantastic opportunity for me. I am convinced my experience in sales management and design engineering will greatly benefit my customers.”
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