Nu-Way strengthens its team with two new appointments
Published:  04 November, 2011

DROITWICH: Heating and combustion specialist Nu-way has made two new appointments to its team to further strengthen the burner business.

Alan Garden joins as area sales manager for the north and his role will involve generating sales of spares and package burners with independent merchants. In addition, he will be working on new business development with contractors, maintenance companies, OEMs , local authorities and the specification sector.

Originally from Chester-le-Street in Co Durham, Mr Garden now lives in Warrington Cheshire. He comes to Nu-way after spending eight years with Cumbria Heating in Warrington where he was business development manager and prior to this, he worked for H&C Services in Stockport as a contracts manager on the refurbishment side. Mr Garden has also spent time with Curzon Components in Manchester where he was branch manager.

Frances Ross has been appointed as marketing analyst to work on Nu-way and its sister renewable brand, CTC. Before joining, Ms Ross worked for Compuware as a marketing assistant and holds a BSc in biological sciences from the University of Plymouth as well as an MSc in biotechnology, bioprocessing and business management from the University of Warwick.

Graham Williamson, managing director of Enertech, the parent company for Nu-way and CTC, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Alan and Fran on board at this important time for the company as they are both highly skilled and motivated individuals. I am confident they will be an asset to our organisation and will make a significant contribution as we move forward.”




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