20 November 2013

Paul Lockwood joins Fujitsu VRF team

Paul Lockwood has joined the Fujitsu VRF team as VRF specification manager, reporting to VRF business manager Tony Nielsen.
Paul Lockwood joins Fujitsu VRF team
Mr Lockwood has been in the industry for almost 30 years, starting as a trainee engineer and rising to become systems development manager at a specialist distributor. On the way he has worked for a number of major hvac manufacturers and picked up an MSc in Building Services Engineering. Mr Lockwood’s brief is to work with consultants and specifiers to develop Fujitsu’s involvement in major VRF projects. He commented: “I have a great deal of experience with designers, consultants and specifiers, so I am looking forward to working with them on projects involving Fujitsu’s comprehensive VRF range.”

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