Enviro Technology strengthens its presence in Scotland with key appointment
Enviro Technology, the UK’s leading supplier and exporter of air quality monitoring systems for ambient air quality and industrial emissions applications, has just strengthened its position in Scotland with the appointment of Alan Gardiner as Regional Engineer.
Based in Cambuslang near Glasgow, Alan will be responsible for business development across the whole of the Central Belt of Scotland, driving sales of Enviro Technology’s top-of-the-range air pollution monitoring systems as well as providing technical sales advice and service maintenance.
Alan has over 20 years’ experience in the air quality monitoring industry, having worked in various senior roles including Service Engineer for Scotland and Northern Ireland working with a wide range of instrumentation such as: stack gas analysers, infra red, chromatography and particulate monitors, including ambient air monitoring.
He also worked for over ten years at Gas Measurement Instruments where he held the position of Service Manager, responsible for the management of all field service staff and travelled extensively throughout the UK and Ireland commissioning gas monitoring systems and advising on installation, supervision, testing, on site calibration and providing customer support services.
Alan’s appointment as Regional Engineer comes at a key time for Enviro Technology as the company extends its UK-wide reach into Scotland and follows close on the heels of the news that Enviro Technology recently reported the biggest sales in its 28 year history with orders totaling over £2.7m in quarter2 of this year – a 50% year on year increase on 2010 (year-to-date).
The business has triumphed in recent years despite challenging economic conditions and the recent sweeping public sector cutbacks which has seen local authority contracts reduce and the company shift its focus to expanding industrial sector contracts and export activities.
Duncan Mounsor, Sales and Marketing Director of Enviro Technology, said: “2011 has been a truly exceptional year for the business with sales and revenue on the up. We owe our tremendous success to the strength and calibre of the talented and committed people we employ and Alan is no exception.
“We are delighted to give a big welcome to Alan to the team and believe he will make a fantastic contribution to our business and the quality of the service offering we provide our customers in Scotland. His experience in the field and knowledge and understanding of the Scottish market will stand us in good stead as we push on with our expansion plans.”
Alan Gardiner added: “I am very much looking forward to developing new business opportunities to fuel Enviro Technology’s expansion into the Scottish air quality monitoring market. In addition to ambient air quality monitoring, I will also be responsible for driving sales of Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) for industrial companies throughout Scotland. This is a market with tremendous growth potential for the business and will further cement Enviro Technology’s reputation as the leading UK-wide provider of air quality monitoring solutions, systems and services.”
To find out more about Enviro Technology, please visit: www.et.co.uk.