CENTIEL UK Grows Sales Team

Leading UPS manufacturer, CENTIEL UK, has appointed Jay Rai as its newest Sales Engineer, as the company continues to expand its UK operations. Jay will now be responsible for key account management and hardware sales for London and the South, reporting to Louis McGarry, Sales and Marketing Director.

Louis comments, “CENTIEL’s customer base for our true modular, UPS solution CumulusPower, plus our stand-alone UPS, PremiumTower, continues to grow. We are delighted to welcome Jay to the team as a field-based sales engineer. Jay already has a demonstrable history of working within the electrical and electronic manufacturing industry and he will now provide help with site surveys and customer contact as we generate and respond to new sales enquiries for CENTIEL’s industry leading UPS solutions.”

Jay Rai adds, “CENTIEL has shown impressive growth in the past few years and the opportunity to contribute to the future success of the organisation was impossible to turn down. The excellent reputation of the company, plus its leading-edge technology known for its Swiss quality, nine-nines availability, and truly hot-swappable modules, backed by the company’s comprehensive maintenance contracts is a winning concept. I am excited to become part of the team and am looking forward to contributing to the expansion of CENTIEL in the UK in the future.”

Jay Rai joins from critical digital infrastructure provider, Vertiv, where he spent a year as part of a graduate recruitment programme, and three years in the commercial and industrial UPS team. His UPS background combined with his experience of sales and marketing skills makes Jay an ideal fit for CENTIEL’s growing sales and marketing department. Jay also has a degree in mechanical engineering with automotive design from Brunel University.

CENTIEL is a Swiss-based technology company which designs, manufactures and delivers industry-leading power protection solutions for critical facilities. Its three phase true modular UPS, CumulusPower known for its “9 nines” (99.9999999%) system availability and low total cost of ownership through its Maximum Efficiency Management (MEM) and low losses of energy, has now been installed in data centres and comms rooms in over 60 countries across five continents. More than 50 MW of critical power loads are now protected with CumulusPower in locations across the world including: the UK, Singapore, Australia, Germany, Spain, the Czech Republic and the Channel Islands.

For further information, visit www.centiel.co.uk.

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