Radiator sales support team expanded across UK

Radiator sales support team expanded across UK

  • 15 Oct 2015

Quinn Radiators has employed four new Regional Sales Managers (RSMs) with the aim of expanding its national sales team and strengthening its customer support offering.

Following Quinn Radiators’ acquisition and subsequent relaunch, the company’s management team has unveiled its ambitious strategy for growth, which focuses on solidifying its position in the heating industry.

The expansion of its sales support network – which spans the entire length of the United Kindom – is key to this plan.

Sales support for specifiers

Mike Halliwell has been employed as front-line contact for the North West, whilst Steve Henney, Richard Hammerton and Mike Jones will deal with the North, South Wales and London respectively.

With a combined industry experience of over 90 years, the new RSMs will deal with local enquires about Quinn Radiators’ panel and design radiator portfolios.

They will also provide advice on specification and product application – as well as bespoke sales support – for merchants, specifiers and installers.

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