UK: Mark Hughes of refrigerant manufacturer Chemours has been named as president of the British Refrigeration Association.
Hughes, currently business development manager for Thermal and Specialised Solutions at Chemours UK, has served as BRA vice-president since 2019.
He succeeds Arcus MD Mark Woods who has held the position for the last three years.
Mark Woods has also stepped down as FETA chairman after two years in the role. That position has now passed to Paul White, a director at Ventilation Fire Smoke Ltd and also president of HEVAC.