Paul Airey joins Oceanair
Paul joins Oceanair, a distributor of both Panasonic and Fujitsu equipment, after 17 years at Fujitsu, latterly as distribution sales manager for the UK.
“As someone who’s been at the forefront of the industry both strategically, growing the Fujitsu brand, and operationally, Paul will be a great addition to our team,” commented Oceanair md Tony Evanson. “He’s a straight talking Yorkshireman with the highest commitment to his customers, who trust him to deliver – which is exactly what we’re about at Oceanair.”
Having worked for IS Calder, IMI Air Conditioning and Air Conditioning Distribution (ACD) for 14 years before joining Fujitsu, Paul admits to be looking forward to working with contractors again.
“It’s great to see people I’ve worked with for over 25 years growing companies today and I look forward to helping them do so,” he said.
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