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New Key Accounts Manager at BPM

Gerard Barry, Key Accounts Manager at Baxi Potterton Myson

Gerard Barry has been appointed Key Account Manager with Baxi Poterton Myson. Gerard has extensive experience in the industry and is already widely known to many customers as he has handled internal sales and technical queries for the company over the last 20 years.

Gerard will now bring that knowledge base to bear in an external capacity, calling on key accounts throughout the country to help them maximise the potential of the expansive Baxi Potterton Myson portfolio.

Contact: Gerard Barry, Key Accounts Manager, Baxi Potterton Myson. Tel: 01 – 459 0870; Mobile: 087 – 977 1817; email: gerard.barry@potterton-myson.ie

Baxi Potterton Myson Job Opportunities

Paul Clancy, Managing Director, Baxi Potterton Myson

Paul Clancy, Managing Director, Baxi Potterton Myson

Commercial Sales Advisor — Baxi Potterton Myson                                                       Baxi Potterton Myson is looking to appoint a Commercial Sales Order Processing Advisor to promote the sales of BPM products and warranty schemes, offer after sales/technical support, and trade awareness via marketing and other related sales/trade events. The Commercial Sales Order Processing Advisor will support the field-based sales team across the entire BPM product range covering all brands and solutions offered.

Key responsibilities include:-

— Sales order processing

— Promote BPM product ranges;

— Establish new customer relations while reinforcing existing trading partnerships;

— Provide technical support and after-saes service

— Promote the sale of BPM warranties;

Attractive Salary plus a performance bonus, contributory pension and 21 days annual leave outside of bank holidays.

Business Services Support — Baxi Potterton Myson                                                                                   Baxi Potterton Myson Ireland is looking to appoint a Business Services Support Advisor. This is a new position created to ensure the engineer workflow is managed efficiently.

The Business Services Support Advisor is a varied role, requiring an organised and confident mindset, and involving a customer interactive role.

Key responsibilities include:-

— Allocation of jobs to the engineering division;

— Identifying chargeable and none-chargeable events and liaising accordingly with customers;

— Managing commissioning work;

— Order processing and account queries;

— Assisting with the purchasing and sourcing of spares/parts;

— Assisting with stock level monitoring;

— Managing training courses.

Attractive Salary plus a performance bonus, contributory pension and 21 days annual leave outside of bank holidays.

To apply for either role email your CV to vacancies@baxi.co.uk

Celebrate Euro Finals with Baxi Potterton Myson

BaxiTo celebrate Ireland competing in the UEFA Euro 2016, for any two Baxi or Potterton residential boilers registered on Works (Baxi Potterton’s loyalty scheme) between 1 May and 30 June, installers will receive a free official Ireland football shirt*.

If two of the selected boilers are registered between 1 May and 30 June 2016, in addition to the free official Ireland football shirt, the installer will also be entered into a prize draw to win a Samsung 55” Smart 3D Full HD LED TV! There’s never been a better time to join Works … so join today at www.baxiworks.ie

How to claim the free football shirts and to enter the TV prize draw?

  • Register any two Baxi or Potterton residential boilers on Works (www.baxiworks.ie);
  • Once registered on Works, complete the form (found at www.baxipottertonmyson.ie/trade-area.htm) to indicate shirt size and delivery address, or simply email these details along with your boiler serial numbers to post@potterton-myson.ie
  • Send your boiler serial codes, delivery address and shirt size via email to post@potterton-myson.ie, or send the above form to Euros Promotion, Baxi Potterton Myson, Unit 6 Calmount Park, Calmount Road, Ballymount, Dublin 12

*Terms and conditions apply and these can be found at www.baxipottertonmyson.ie/trade-area.htm

Baxi Potterton Myson to promote Toshiba Estia with GT Phelan

Vincent Broderick, Sales Director, Baxi Potterton Myson with Damian Delaney, Technical Support Manager, Baxi Potterton Myson and Derek Phelan, Sales & Marketing Director, GT Phelan.

Vincent Broderick, Sales Director, Baxi Potterton Myson with Damian Delaney, Technical Support Manager, Baxi Potterton Myson and Derek Phelan, Sales & Marketing Director, GT Phelan.

Comprising standard hot water and high-temperature (60°C) versions, Estia is available in three models offering outputs between 9kw and 14kW.

Baxi Potterton Myson has been supplying heating products and services to the Irish market for over 40 years and this new partnership with GT Phelan means it can now supply air-to-water solutions through its nationwide dealer network.

Vincent Broderick, Sales Director with Baxi Potterton Myson, says: “We are excited to have added this credible and reliable brand to complement our core product ranges. We have been offering products and services to the market for over 40 years and pride ourselves on bringing innovative products such as the new Toshiba Estia range to the Irish heating market.

”Toshiba has always been associated with quality and reliability but these two important attributes would mean nothing without the support of a professional distributor. We are therefore delighted to be associated with GT Phelan”.

Derek Phelan, GT Phelan comments: “This association between two wellestablished companies will result in the Toshiba brand being more widely promoted to provide efficient heating to the domestic market. We are pleased to be associated with Baxi Potterton Myson in this endeavour”.

GT Phelan has already provided Baxi Potterton Myson with sales and technical training and now, Damian Delaney, Baxi Potterton Myson’s Technical Support Manager, will deliver this programme to the company’s dealer network in conjunction with GT Phelan.

GT Phelan has also installed a fullyoperational Toshiba training rig for use in Baxi Potterton Myson’s training facility in Dublin 12. This allows engineers to see exactly how Estia delivers heat into a variety of applications, including underfloor heating, convectors and radiators.

Heat Merchants Hosts All-industry Forum at Croke Park

Christy Kane with Alan Hogan, Managing Director, Heat Merchants Ireland.

Christy Kane with Alan Hogan, Managing Director, Heat Merchants Ireland.

Heat Merchants Group inaugural construction industry conference and trade exhibition at Croke Park Conference Centre early in November was sponsored by Bord Gáis Energy and supported by CIBSE Ireland and OFTEC.

The conference brought together a panel of industry experts to discuss the latest in renewable energy technology, water conservation measures and best practices in construction. Over 200 engineers, architects, developers and energy consultants gathered to hear expert advice from leading manufacturers. These included Panasonic, SolarWorld, Kingspan, Baxi, Firebird and Sprue.

Recent amendments to the Building Regulations governing the use of renewable energy sources and safety in the installation of heat-producing appliances in domestic buildings were reviewed. In addition to presenting technical papers, representatives from the supply partners present also manned pop-up stands that were located around the perimeter of the outer room where the food, teas/coffees were served.

Alan Hogan, Managing Director of Heat Merchant Group said: “Environmental sustainability and resource efficiency will continue to be a key driver of growth in our industry and we want to use this opportunity to share knowledge and experience from some of the world’s leading manufacturers. This will help the industry to upskill and utilise the most innovative technology available, especially in the face of the new building regulations and changing customer sentiment”.

Search for oldest Potterton Profile

Paul Clancy, Managing Director, Baxi Potterton Myson

Baxi Potterton Myson has devised a competition to search for the oldest Potterton Profile in the field. Open to RGII members only, the company is offering installers the chance to win a replacement boiler FREE of charge.

All they have to do is to replace an existing Profile boiler with a boiler from the new Profile range. The competition runs from 1 April to 31 October and is subject to terms and conditions as follows:

– The competition is limited to RGII members only;

– Installations must meet current IS 813 /Irish Building Regulations Part L;

– Only new Potterton Profile installations qualify for inclusion;

– Old models for submission include Netaheat Profile, Profile and Profile Prima;

In order to qualify the installer must submit a photograph of the old appliance/serial number, and the address where the boiler has been replaced.

Submissions for inclusion can be made by email or hard copy and should be marked Profile Boiler Replacement Competition and sent to Ms Fidelma Cowzer, Baxi Potterton Myson at email: fidelma.cowzer@pottertonmyson. ie