Heat transfer specialist Fulton has appointed Andrew Robinson as its new national business development manager and restructured its existing territories to enhance its UK sales operations.
Andrew Robinson joins Fulton with years of experience within the industry – having worked for numerous steam specialists including Spirax Sarco, Byworth and Torishima.
Following his appointment, Andrew will be responsible for driving new sales of Fulton’s steam, hot water and thermal oil products. He will take overall responsibility for many of the company’s larger heat transfer projects.
Fulton managing director Carl Knight, commented: “With new products being launched to the market imminently, Andrew joins the company at an exciting time and his experience and knowledge of heat transfer systems are of real value when advising Fulton customers.”
Fulton has also restructured its existing sales territories in England following the retirement of area sales manager Keith Williams.
Ruth Price has now been appointed to the North of England and North Wales, with Andrew Elverd in the South West and South Wales, and Dean Jones in the East Midlands and South East.
Nicol Boilers, Energia Technologies and Concord Boiler Engineering will continue to represent Fulton in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland respectively.
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