Xtratherm expands team with new area sales manager

Published:  02 July, 2012

NAVAN: Xtratherm has expanded its team with a new area sales manager. Edward Anthony joined in June and covers Scotland and the North East of England.

With over seven years experience in the insulation sector, Mr Anthony understands the importance in today's market of delivering the best products backed by excellent service and technical expertise. It is what attracted him to Xtratherm.

Mr Anthony comments: "Xtratherm is a fast growing company with ambition and focus. The company has a market leading range and is driven by innovation. It supplies the best insulation solutions to meet today's increasingly high standards. But Xtratherm is much more than product. What also impressed me is its extensive certifications and it is the only insulation company with a fully BBA certified technical team so architects, specifiers and contractors can be reassured they are getting the most accurate data and calculations for their projects. Our outstanding service means products are delivered on time and in full."

Xtratherm has invested in engineered products and new methods of application to make it easier for trades to achieve the best insulation performance. This is supported by Xtratherm's commitment to training and helping the industry improve their skill set. They understand that the way in which products are applied can make a huge difference to the energy performance of a building.

Mr Anthony will be working with architects and end-users to drive sales through specifications by actively raising awareness of Xtratherm's market lead, knowledge and uniquely differentiated products.

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