Grant UK has introduced Kevin Fossey as its new Area Sales Manager for the South East, and he has already scheduled several Breakfast Mornings at merchants in his area.
Fossey is the twelfth member of the External Sales Team who provide area support to heating engineers and merchants throughout England, Scotland and Wales. In his role as an Area Sales Manager, Fossey will be covering the following counties: Hertfordshire, London, Surrey, Kent, West Sussex and East Sussex.
Fossey is already out on the road meeting customers in his area, providing assistance about all things Grant from their latest R32 heat pumps through to the Company’s G1 and G-CERT installer schemes.
Over the course of his career, Fossey has worked in the heating industry in a variety of roles allowing him to develop a thorough understanding of all aspects of the sector. He completed a Plumbing and Heating Apprenticeship after leaving school before going on to work on the other side of the counter, working in a local independent merchant for a number of years. Fossey then joined a manufacturer as an Account Manager, working closely with installers and providing over the counter sales assistance.
Fossey will be on hand to provide sales support on all of Grant’s products, including the Vortex and VortexBlue oil fired boilers, the renewable ranges and their latest heat emitters such as the Uflex Underfloor Heating range. In addition, he will also be working closely with the G1 Installers in his area, providing regular face-to-face contact for his customers and providing support in store at local merchant branches.
Fossey has already scheduled several Breakfast Mornings at merchants in his area so please visit the Grant UK Events Diary for further details about these events.
He said: “I am looking forward representing Grant UK in the South East, where oil is a big influence in the area but where customers are also keen to learn more about innovative renewable technologies.
“I am hoping to meet as many of my local customers in the coming weeks, getting to know the installers and merchants and assisting them in any way that I can.”