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Fulton appoints new Sales & Marketing Manager

14 May 2017

Fulton Limited, the leading heat transfer specialist, has appointed Leigh Bryan as sales and marketing manager. 

Commenting on the appointment, managing director Carl Knight says: “Leigh’s appointment is a real benefit for the company and he joins Fulton with considerable knowledge of process steam, hot water and thermal fluid applications. His technical experience as a time-served combustion and steam boiler engineer has proved beneficial in his managerial and directorial roles in the industry, for companies including Watkins Hire, Robey-Wellman and Nu-Way.”

Leigh adds that he intends to continue placing great emphasis in providing sales and application advice to existing customers and a growing customer base in hospital and healthcare facilities, food and beverage processing, laundries and other applications.

“As identified by the recent launch of the ground-breaking VSRT steam boiler, our product range is evolving, making these exciting times for Fulton and a great time to join the company.” says Leigh.

For further information from Fulton, call +44 (0)117 972 3322, email sales@fulton.co.uk or visit www.fulton.co.uk.


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