UK: ICS Cool Energy has announced four changes within its sales and hire divisions’ management teams.
Andrew Delday-Roberts, who has been with ICS Cool Energy for 11 years, has been promoted from northern hire sales manager to UK hire sales manager. Delday-Roberts previously worked for ICS from 2008 to 2013 as an application sales engineer, before leaving to take up a role with Mitie and, latterly, Watkins Hire.
Chris Easterlow, previously sales manager Midlands, has been appointed as hire sales manager south. He joined ICS in 2015 after nine years with Watkins Hire, latterly as technical manager. Prior to that he was five years as specialist hire representative at Andrews Sykes.
Alan Yeoman, previously contracts manager, is now ICS’ national contracts manager. He has been with ICS since 2016 with responsibilities in project engineering and project management, bringing over 10 years of prior experience from Oil and Gas and Manufacturing industries.
Finally, a new addition is Steve Baddeley, who joins as hire operations leader, after more than 12 years at Watkins Hire.
The team will manage the ICS Cool Energy hire and sales businesses, which offer over 500MW of chillers and heat pumps, cold stores, heating and other temperature control solutions.
“With the new team and roles, ICS Cool Energy will continue to focus on making an impact in the process temperature control industry, providing technical advice and solutions helping companies to meet compliance, reduce their energy consumption, maintenance and operative costs,” said Dave Palmer, ICS Cool Energy’s general manager in the UK and Ireland.