John Delaney has been appointed to the C&F Quadrant Commercial Heating Team
John Delaney has recently joined the Commercial Heating team at C&F Quadrant and is now responsible for sales development in the Dublin and Leinster region. John has a number of years industry experience and joins the company at a time of great opportunity in this sector. His contact details are — Tel: 087 – 672 6288; email: email@example.com
The C&F Quadrant showroom features a selection of products from the commercial brand portfolio and is the ideal environment to meet with the company’s in-house experts to discuss products and specific projects.
It is also available for consultations with all trade professionals by appointment.
Tony Cusack, who is well-known and highly-respected within the building services sector, has joined Eurofluid Handling Systems Ltd in the newly-created role of Business Development Consultant. Tony has over 40 years experience in the pump industry and held many senior roles down through the years, culminating in the role of managing director of a leading-brand international pump manufacturer.
Tony now has responsibility for the development of strategies to increase sales over 2015 and beyond, both within the existing Eurofluid product ranges and also with regard to the launch of new, exciting and innovative product ranges.
His vast experience will be invaluable in expanding the already-successful Eurofluid business and he is optimistic that the growth pattern now being experienced by the company can be developed to take the company to the next level.
Eurofluid Handling Systems Ltd is the leading independent supplier of complete plant room solutions which would include Smedegaard/KSB pumps; Europak water boosting systems; Europak pressurisation systems; ACV direct-fired water heaters; Lapesa’ stainless steel calorifiers; Flamco air/dirt separators and vacuum degassers; Condensing boilers c/w stainless steel heat exchangers and delivering one of the industry’s best space-saving footprint. This includes single boiler units up to, and including, 1.2 mW in size.