26 November 2013

Waterloo set its sights on growth

Waterloo Air Products has appointed Rachel Roots as the company’s new business development manager.
Waterloo set its sights on growth
Ms Roots' appointment is part of the company's overall strategy to maximise resources and fulfil customer demands for energy efficient solutions.

With a 15-year track record in the freight forwarding industry, Ms Roots brings a wealth of experience and specialises in helping businesses to grow their markets and explore new opportunities.

Commenting on Ms Roots' appointment, Rick Edmondson, chairman of Waterloo says 'Rachel's project management skills, strategic planning strong communication skills will help drive new business opportunities for Waterloo.'

'With tighter building regulations and demand for greener and more energy efficient buildings, Waterloo has the capabilities to provide customers with solutions that meet their specific requirements whilst meeting energy targets.'

'Where standard products alone cannot meet project requirements, we can provide energy efficient bespoke solutions for even the most dynamic and demanding environments.'

The recent report published by the Chilled Beam & Ceiling Association has raised the profile of the chilled beam industry and for the first time shows significant annual energy savings over fan coils - 17% for passive beams and 22% for active chilled beams.

Waterloo is a market leader for air terminal products and energy efficient chilled beams and provides an integrated approach by working closely with architects, contractors and end-users. It has extensive manufacturing facilities in the UK near Maidstone.

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