New category managers for Redring Xpelair Group

Published:  25 September, 2013

Redring Xpelair Group has appointed two new category managers.

Amanda Green and Lee Stones will be responsible for the product development, life cycle, promotional activity and sales across the water heating and ventilation solutions categories respectively. The appointments are a key part of the company’s recent restructure to develop dedicated teams for each discipline.

Amanda GreenMs Green will be category manager for water heating following five years working in the same role at L&G Tools in South Africa, managing bathroom categories. Prior to this, she held marketing and sales roles within the logistics industry and mobile phone giants Vodafone and Siemens.

On the ventilation side, Mr Stones will be taking up the category manager position following eight years’ experience in a similar role at Kodak.

Lee Stones

Mark Quigley, commercial director of the Redring Xpelair Group, said: “We’re delighted that Amanda and Lee have joined us. Their appointments demonstrate our commitment to developing individual teams for the water heating and ventilation solution categories, in order to provide superior levels of service to our customers.

“2013 has been an exciting year for the Redring Xpelair Group thus far and has included a number of new product launches, which have solidified our position as one of the UK’s leading providers of water heating and ventilation solutions. With more product launches planned before the end of the year and in 2014, in line with an improving marketplace, we’re looking to build on the success of this past year.”

For more information on the Redring Xpelair Group, call 0844 372 7750 or visit www.redringxpelair.com.

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