John Bradley, UK sales director at Quinn Radiators.

Quinn Radiators expands its national sales support team

Published:  23 September, 2015

Quinn Radiators has expanded its national sales team with the addition of four new regional sales managers (RSMs), in a move to strengthen its customer support offering.

Mike Halliwell (North West), Steve Henney (North), Richard Hammerton (South Wales) and Mike Jones (London) have now joined the 12-strong regional sales team as the frontline contacts for local enquiries about Quinn Radiators’ panel and design radiator portfolios.

With a combined industry experience of more than 90 years, the new RSMs will provide expert specification and product application advice, as well as tailored sales support for installers, specifiers and merchants at a regional level.

John Bradley, UK sales director at Quinn Radiators, said: “We’re very pleased to have welcomed our new colleagues to the UK sales team in what is an exciting time for the business. We’ve made it our mission to make Quinn Radiators the better choice – delivering the very best product quality matched with unbeatable customer service – so continuing to expand our expert team is key. With such strong industry knowledge, the new RSMs are a fantastic fit for the company and we look forward to them all having long and successful careers with the business.”

The expansion of the national sales team follows the relaunch of the Quinn Radiators business earlier this year, when the company’s new management team unveiled a fresh vision for the future after its acquisition. It is part of an ambitious growth strategy that focuses heavily on reaffirming Quinn Radiators’ position as a heating industry leader and a company with quality at its core.

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