Airius signs deal with Edmundson Electrical

As part of the deal, the Airius management team has been training Edmundson Electrical’s sales representatives and branch managers across the UK in a roadshow style tour of the country.

Covering the length and breadth of the UK, with events held from Bristol to Scotland, the Airius team has recently trained over 100 Edmundson Electrical employees about its patented thermal destratification fans. Delegates learnt the science of thermal destratification, how the unique fans work and how to design an Airius Solution. Further training sessions have been scheduled throughout 2014.

Andrew O’Keefe, branch manager of Edmundson Electrical in Swansea, attended the recent training event in Bristol and said, ‘Airius has some very interesting products, which I feel will open up a new customer base for our branch – giving us the chance to win both new and extended business.

‘Although I was aware of thermal destratification, I haven’t ever seen fans as impressive as this – which achieve such huge savings on clients’ energy bills and yet are so simple to fit to either a new or existing system.’

The managing director of Airius, Stephen Bridges, added, ‘Edmundson Electrical is the best wholesaler in the country and we are delighted to have fleshed out a deal. The firm’s impressive nationwide reach and enviable customer base will no doubt help us achieve even greater growth in the UK. The feedback from the Edmundson Electrical reps and managers, who attended our recent training sessions, has been overwhelmingly positive and we are confident the deal will be a success for both companies.’

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