Albion Valves (UK) Limited, one of the UK’s leading valve suppliers, is delighted to introduce you to our new, dedicated Sales Manager for Northern and Southern Ireland – George McGuire.
George has a wealth of experience and knowledge in the industrial heating and valve market, having worked with distributors and contractors within the industry for almost 15 years!
Living in Ireland for many years, George has a good knowledge and understanding of the area and the opportunities within it.
Previously, Albion haven’t had an Sales Manager for Southern Ireland so the distributors in this area should see a significant shift in the support they receive on the ground, whilst continuing to receive excellent service from the Albion Sales Office.
This newly-created role will see George build brand awareness and desirability for Albion amongst contractors and consultants in the region, whilst developing relationships with their network of independent distributors.
Darren Baxter, Albion’s Sales and Marketing Director, comments “Previously Northern Ireland has been managed by our Scottish Sales Manager, Billy Ritchie, but as sales have increased the job has become too big for one person so we have taken the decision to split the role in two. Going forward Billy will be solely responsible for Scotland and George will then take the responsibility for Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland – which was previously looked after by our Export Division.”
George McGuire, comments “I feel I have a lot to offer Albion’s network of independent distributors. I have been in the industry a long time and have great understanding of the products and the systems in which they are used. I am looking forward to touching base with the contractors in the area and working closely with all of Albion’s customers.”
Darren Baxter continues “This is another exciting appointment for Albion. From his time in the industry, and his existing contacts, I am sure he will prove to be a great asset to Albion and its distributors. We look forward to welcoming George to the team and working closely with him in the future.”