ACR-News
1 September 2016

361 Degrees recruits new service and maintenance executive

361 Degrees, the Luton-based mechanical services consultancy and installation expert, has recruited four new staff in response to increased demand for its services.

Among the new recruits is Alison Reed who has joined as service and maintenance executive. She previously worked part-time for the company assisting with various administration duties. She will now be part of service and maintenance support, delivering excellent customer service to clients and suppliers.

361 Degrees provide a full mechanical services provision from initial consultancy, through design and installation, to commissioning and servicing.

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