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25 May 2017

Jet Environmental appoints sales manager

Jet Environmental, the provider of temperature control solutions for industrial and commercial buildings, has appointed Anthony Nightingale as sales manager.

Jet Environmental, the provider of temperature control solutions for industrial and commercial buildings, has appointed Anthony Nightingale as sales manager.

Anthony, who will report to the company’s directors, will be responsible for selling bespoke temperature control solutions to end users and consultants across the UK. His focus will be on the acquisition of new business and the management of some existing accounts.

Throughout his career, Anthony has managed clients including GlaxoSmithKline, Astra Zeneca and most recently, Great Ormond Street Hospital. During his final year as business development and projects manager at M C Air Filtration Limited, he doubled the company’s turnover by contributing £3.5m in sales. At Jet Environmental, Anthony will also be working closely with its public relations team to increase marketing activities.

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