Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) accelerate air conditioning growth strategy in the UK & Ireland


11 June 2019

nprecedented sales growth continues for MHI air conditioning through wholesalers HRP, Dean & Wood, RW Refrigeration Wholesale and DWG Ireland, with consultant specification support from 3Dplus. It has been decided to accelerate the recruitment plan within the MHI Projects and MHI Direct sales teams.

MHI Sales Director Harriet Evans explained: “It’s clearly the right time for more of the UK and Irish markets to see MHI as a key player. I am keen to engage with new and existing contractors and to support them with an outstanding product range at a keen market price. I am therefore investing more into our dedicated air conditioning sales team to back up our fantastic distribution partners. New support brands MHI Direct and MHI Projects have been launched with encouraging results to date.’’
The MHI Direct teams are based in Manchester and Leeds, with a further dynamic team planned for London. Headed by Becky Smith, these teams provide dedicated support for all MHI air conditioning enquiries and product selections and are responsible for promotion of the new 3 Diamond loyalty scheme. Deliveries or collections are channelled through the 47 locations of our distribution partners, where a one-stop shop for ancillaries is also offered. 

Complementing MHI Direct and the distribution partners is MHI Projects, a dedicated field-based MHI Regional Sales Management team located across the UK. Heading the team is MHI National Sales Manager Paul Melia, who explains: “MHI is now being seen and specified as a key contender in the UK & Ireland and it is crucial for us to support larger contractors with their VRF product offering through familiarity and training to back up our extended 7 year warranty, which is synonymous with the Mitsubishi brand. We are in the process of recruiting experienced Regional Sales Managers who have the same passion as us to grow market share.”

To date MHI have training academies located in Walthamstow and Slough with new locations being built in Bristol and Sheffield.

If you are interested in finding out more, please take a look at the various on-line recruitment campaigns, or for sales enquiries please go direct to [email protected]

Regional Sales Managers - MHI Projects

Locations: National
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air Conditioning Europe (MHI) has a history in the design and manufacture of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. They offer a diverse range of high-efficiency air conditioning and water heating systems for residential, commercial and industrial applications.

As the exclusive UK distribution partner, Beijer Ref, through its wholesalers HRP, Dean & Wood and RW Refrigeration Wholesale, are seeking to employ Regional Sales Managers for the MHI Projects team.
Role Overview
You will be responsible for all MHI sales in your region, developing new and existing relationships with AC contractors and their associated supply chain in order to grow MHI sales. 

In addition, the successful candidate will work collaboratively with the newly formed MHI Direct Sales team, and the specification business 3Dplus and the distribution network to provide enhanced market coverage and brand awareness.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a fast paced, energetic and enthusiastic team who have development and effective market growth as key drivers. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

The ideal candidate must have:
  • A proven track record within the AC industry
  • An established relationship portfolio of existing AC contractor clients
  • A full UK driving licence
  • Computer literacy (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • A smart, enthusiastic, driven and personable demeanour
  • Excellent communication skills
  • A passion for high standards

Please apply via email enclosing your current CV, salary expectations and detail in your application how your experience and skill set will help you in this role.

Closing date for applications 28th June 2019.

Email: [email protected]

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