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Adam Yarrington appointed Product Development Director

Adam Yarrington appointed Product Development Director

Date: 12th December 2016  |   Posted by: Airedale Team  |   Posted in: Press release

Airedale Air Conditioning, Leeds, UK, December 12, 2016

Airedale is pleased to announce that Adam Yarrington has been appointed as Product Development Director. Adam will take over the reins from George Hannah who has occupied the position for the past 6 years.

Adam joined Airedale in September 2005 after graduating from the University of Leeds with a MEng Degree in Automotive Engineering. During the last eleven years Adam has progressed from Test Engineer to Customer Services Manager, working in various departments and achieving Chartered Engineer status along the way.

In his most recent role as Customer Services Manager, Adam was responsible for; the Applications Engineering, Contracts, Sales Order Processing, Project Engineering and Drawing Office teams. His remit included the design of customised units for complex projects such as Vodacom’s award winning containerised data centre solution, and a project to design manufacture and install chillers that involved two 40-minute helicopter lifts onto the roof of the London offices of a global professional-services firm.

In this new strategic role, Adam will lead the development of Airedale’s design, engineering and research offering to underpin their growth strategy.

Commenting on the new appointment, Tony Cole, Managing Director said:

“Adam will be a valuable addition to the leadership team. His fantastic technical knowledge combined with his customer service and research skills will enable him, in his new role, to contribute significantly to delivering exactly what our customers require.

We always aim to be one step ahead of our competition and this promotion bodes well for the future.“

Commenting on his new role as Product Development Director, Adam said:

“With more than ten years’ experience in product development to draw upon, I hope to continue George’s excellent work in helping Airedale to continue to progress and evolve as part of a changing HVAC sector which is going through a period of rapid technological change.”

Adam will commence his new role in January 2017.

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