Cool-Therm has made two new appointments to support future growth plans.
Phil Greenhough has been appointed to the new role of key account manager. Mr Greenhough was previously senior service engineer at Cool-Therm, is responsible for securing new maintenance contracts and service work in the South West.
Chris Hibbs has been appointed project applications engineer and is based in Bristol. Formerly with JCW, Chris will use his experience of VRV/F systems to help grow Cool-Therm's presence in this important and growing area of technology.
Ken Strong, managing director, said: 'I am a delighted to confirm these new appointments, which further strengthen our presence on the ground and maximise opportunities around new projects and ongoing service work.
'This year has been highly successful, with significant growth in Turbomiser sales as well as other sectors. We see opportunities across the business, particularly in large air conditioning projects, industrial process cooling and air handling units.'
Cool-Therm recently entered into an agreement with European manufacturer Clima Tech to supply its advanced air handling units (AHUs) in the UK. The company reports that it is already in discussions in relation to some major projects about using Clima Tech equipment.