Actis appoints new regional sales director

Actis appoints new regional sales director

Insulation specialist Actis has promoted East Midlands area sales manager Jemma Harris to northern regional sales director. Jemma is now in control of the growing sales operation in the North of England, North Wales, the East Midlands and the whole of Scotland.

Her promotion follows an upturn in sales for Actis, whose ‘one stop shop’ Hybrid range is proving increasingly popular with builders looking for a combination of thermal efficiency, ease and speed of installation, cleanliness and lack of waste – plus the need for only one company to supply insulation and insulating membranes.

Jemma and her counterpart in the southern region, Mark Cooper, say a 60% increase in the timber frame market and the imminent arrival of new EN markings governing the thermal efficiency of off site constructed buildings and an updated BS standard for park homes, is seeing a marked increase in sales of its three Hybrid products.

Jemma said "My role involves working with the area sales managers to build on our already great working relationships with distributors, architects and builders merchants across the northern half of the UK".

Her promotion coincides with the appointment of north west area sales manager Karolina Taylor and new UK marketing executive Elise Petitdemange.

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