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A-Gas named Wolseley Climate supplier of the year

A-Gas head of sales John McEvoy (centre) with the Supplier of the Year trophy

UK: A-Gas, Aspen Pumps and Lawton Tubes were all winners in this year’s Wolseley Pipe Centre & Wolseley Climate Centre Supplier of the Year Awards.

The second annual event, held this year at the Belfry Hotel, saw refrigerant company A-Gas named as Wolseley Climate Supplier of the Year for its outstanding service over the last 12 months.

Other awards saw Aspen Pumps Group named for Wolseley Climate Supplier Collaboration of the Year and Lawton Tubes picking up the Wolseley Pipe Supplier Collaboration of the Year award.

The evening of celebration also raised £1,743 for Dementia UK.

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