Vortice has recently welcomed Carl Freeman and Kim Ellis to its team in Burton upon Trent.
Carl joins the energy efficient ventilation systems specialist as Sales Manager for the London and South East area, whilst Kim joins as Technical CAD Manager.
Carl brings a wealth of experience to the role, having worked in both the electrical wholesaler and ventilation industry for many years.
He enjoys spending time with friends and family; he also runs a fitness club, as well as playing golf and running in his spare time.
Kim comes to Vortice from a building services consultancy, where she was Senior AutoCad and Revit Technician.
Kim is a vital addition to the technical team, where she will be trusted with designing and quoting for various ventilation schemes, including heat recovery designs for customers. In her spare time, Kim likes to keep fit and run.
Kevin Hippey, General Manager, commented: “Both new members of our team are already having an impact in their specialties and we are very pleased to welcome them into the business. Having another member in technical further enhances our design service.
Burton on Trent,
Phone: 01283 492949
Fax: 01283 544121
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