PFM 21 7 Oct 2018 - Page 27



NEWS
business news
New Dehumidifier Sales Manager at Condair
C
ondair has appointed Julien
Taschot as Business Development Manager for its range
of industrial and commercial dehumidifiers. Julien’s role will be to develop sales of Condair’s
dehumidification systems across
the UK and Ireland.
Julien has 11 years’ experience in humidity control having been with Condair in various sales positions across
both the UK and French Condair offices. His previous role within Condair
was to support international sales of
adiabatic humidification systems manufactured in the UK but sold internationally throughout the Condair Group.
Julien comments, “I am delighted to be
joining Condair’s UK Sales team and to
be playing a central part in Condair’s
focus on dehumidification systems.
Condair is largely known for adding
moisture to the atmosphere with its
company’s
range of humidifiers so this newly cre- the
ated role within the company highlights www.condair.co.uk.
Condair’s commitment to this sector.”
Condair’s range of dehumidifiers incorporates both desiccant and condensing
technologies and is suitable for any
commercial or industrial drying application. Standard capacities range from
0.5-182kg/h extraction rates, -30°C to
40°C operating conditions and dry air
volumes from 120 to 25,000 m³/h.
The Condair Group is the world’s leading
specialist in humidity control and
evaporative cooling, with energy
efficient, hygienic and innovative
technologies for commercial, industrial
and heritage applications. Condair is
represented in the UK by Condair plc,
which
offers
system
design,
manufacture,
supply,
installation,
commissioning, maintenance and
spares. You can find out more by visiting
website
at
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Global Service Provider Atalian Servest Has
Announced a new Senior Board for the UK and
Ireland Business
D
aniel Dickson has been
promoted to CEO for the UK
and Ireland. Dickson brings
wealth of experience to the role
having held a number of positions in
the Group since joining in 2012,
including Group Finance Director and
Managing Director of the Building
Services division. In 2017, he was
appointed Chief Development Officer,
where he was responsible for
mergers and acquisitions globally,
and played an instrumental role in the
merger between Atalian and Servest
earlier this year. Dickson fills the
shoes of C-J Green, who leaves after
eight years with the organisation.
Sean Fisher has stepped into the role of
Chief Operating Officer for Atalian
Servest in the UK. Fisher was previously
Managing Director of Servest’s Cleaning
business, where he developed a great
track record of results as well as an
outstanding customer service ethos.
With a great deal of experience in
Servest’s FM operations, Fisher has a
unparalled understanding of what it
takes to succeed in his new role.
Tom Evans has been appointed Finance
Director and Johan Venter has replaced
Fisher as Managing Director of
Cleaning.
Commenting on the new appointments,
Atalian Servest Chairman UK and
Ireland Rob Legge said: “These latest
appointments demonstrate Atalian
Servest’s commitment to promoting and
rewarding our people as well as our
success at developing the huge array of
talent we have across the Group. I have
no doubt that the new UK senior board
team will help Atalian Servest grow, as
we continue with our ambitious plans in
the UK and internationally.
“Daniel has played a key role in the
growth and development of Servest over
the past six years and I believe the
business will continue to go from
strength to strength under his
leadership.”
Commenting on his new role, Dickson
said: “I am delighted to be moving into
the role of CEO. Having been involved
in the merger between Atalian and
Servest, I understand the potential and
vision of our new organisation. Atalian
Servest is an organisation driven by a
culture of togetherness and great
customer service, and I cannot wait to
lead the UK and Ireland business into
what promises to be a very exciting
future.”
In May of this year, Servest formally
merged
with
global
facilities
management company Atalian to form
one of the world’s largest FM
outsourcing companies. The global
service provider has developed a solid
reputation for successful acquisitions
and has positively progressed as a
result of its extensive growth before
and since the merger.
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