Sunday, January 29, 2023

Dynamic team expansion continues at Newsome

The wealth of industry expertise within the Newsome team continues to grow thanks to a number of recent experienced hires – assisting the temperature control and humidity experts towards achieving their aim of becoming the largest privately owned temperature control company within the UK.

Malcolm Edwards has recently joined Newsome as technical manager, having previously worked at ICS Cool Energy Ltd for over two decades. He brings extensive industry experience from across process cooling & heating, ventilation, and air conditioning sectors.

Additional recruits include Glenn Scott and Craig Scott, who both join from ICS CE and bring extensive knowledge of the process cooling sector thanks to almost three decades of experience within the industry. Glenn joins Newsome as a lead technician with Craig becoming a Newsome senior service engineer.

Furthermore, Jack Mallinson has also joined the temperature and humidity control specialists as a contracts manager, having previously worked for Fredshaw & Co.

Richard Metcalfe, director at Newsome, said: “We are so thrilled to welcome Malcolm, Glenn, Craig and Jack to Newsome. They all bring with them expert knowledge and practical experience that will only serve to improve our offering to customers, as we strive to provide the best solutions available.

“Recruitment remains a key part of our strategy to enable us to meet our ambitious growth targets. We pride ourselves in providing a personalised approach which enables us to deliver the most cost effective, energy efficient, sustainable solution to customers. Having the right team in place to deliver this is crucial to our continued success.”

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