Hubbard adds three to Commercial Refrigeration team


13 March 2018
Brian Clark
Steve Feeney
Francis Wallace
Hubbard Products has strengthened its Commercial Refrigeration service with three new posts as part of its strategy to develop innovative solutions to support Daikin Group throughout Europe.
Brian Clark becomes Regional Sales Manager covering Scotland and the North of England to the M62 corridor. A senior engineer with considerable commercial experience, Brian’s 30-year career has included time at City Refrigeration, W R Refrigeration, Mitsubishi Electric and HRP Glasgow among others.

Steve Feeney becomes Applications Engineer (Technical Back-up), moving from Regional Sales Manager Scotland & Ireland. His new role is to oversee response times on quotes for both commercial and pack enquiries and to offer practical knowledge-based technical backup.

Francis Wallace is appointed Commissioning Technology Manager, to support customers with technical back-up during commissioning, including troubleshooting and aiding the design department in the development of innovative products with practical application knowledge. He will also be responsible for assisting with the application of new technology opportunities within refrigeration. Francis joins Hubbard from Arctic Circle, where he held a variety of senior positions over a 18-year career.

Commercial Director Dougie Stoddart  said: “Hubbard has a reputation gained over 50 years for delivering value-for-money refrigeration solutions for its growing market of retail and manufacturing customers.

"We believe that by providing a high-quality and personally tailored service our customers can benefit from our ‘pooled’ resources and knowledge. By developing unique product features and understanding our customers’ specific needs our commercial refrigeration systems can be tailored to deliver efficient and convenient solutions.

"These new posts will service the commercial sector with in-depth knowledge and research and development, refining our products to suit any given requirement.”
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