Posted: Tuesday 19th June 2012

Utilities connections specialist, Energetics, has announced three key appointments for its Warrington office/ major depot, as the company puts plans to expand its UK-wide operations into action.

The force behind the electrical infrastructure at MediaCity UK in Salford, Energetics is an independent company which operates more 1,000 utility networks across the UK. It is now designing and installing the electricity, gas and water infrastructure for many of the major developers across the UK including St. Modwen, Taylor Wimpey, Barratt and Keepmoat.

Kelly Ferris joins Energetics as North West Housing Sales Manager; Mike Smith has been appointed Industrial and Commercial Sales Manager, covering the North West and West Midlands; and Ray Williams takes on the role of Sales and Marketing Manager.

Bill McSheffery, Major Developments Manager for Energetics, said: “From our headquarters in Glasgow, Energetics has grown into a successful UK-wide business and almost half of our projects are now in England and Wales. Having established a strong customer base in the North West, we believe now is absolutely the right time to strengthen the sales team. All three professionals have the experience and sector know-how to capitalise on all opportunities presented and to speed us towards our ambitious growth targets.”

Kelly Ferris brings more than seven years of account management and business development experience to her new role as Housing Sales Manager for the North West. Based in Warrington, Kelly will build on Energetics’ existing relationships with the UK’s Top 20 housebuilders, while also promoting Energetics’ services to niche housebuilders.

Industrial and Commercial Sales Manager, Mike Smith, has worked in business development in the areas of construction and civil engineering for more than 26 years. He brings an extensive contacts book to his new role, having spent decades working with Energetics’ target customers – from consultants and main contractors, to developers and local authorities.

Sales and Marketing Manager, Ray Williams, joins Energetics with a proven track record of producing tangible results in the energy market. Ray will head the marketing team to create and implement an integrated sales and marketing strategy that fits with Energetics’ business objectives, and positions the firm as a leading independent utility connections provider in the UK, for performance, reliability and safety.

Bill McSheffery added: “These key appointments demonstrate Energetics’ ongoing commitment to growth and expansion – and we are not stopping there. From our Glasgow headquarters, we are continuing our march down south with a new office/ depot in Coleshill, North Warwickshire. Here, we are replicating the Energetics business model which has been such a success in the North West and Scotland – providing a multi utility service – and we are set to build on customer relationships which have been developed in the North West as we increase Energetics’ presence in the Midlands.”

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