Schüco Appoints Residential Client Development Manager

Date: 25 January 2008
Source: Schüco
As part of significant expansion plans, Schüco UK has appointed John Chatley to the post of Client Development Manager (Residential).

Based at the company’s headquarters in Milton Keynes, this new position is aimed at building stronger relationships with UK national house builders and developers, who are increasingly using Schüco`s range of aluminium and steel windows and doors.

In his new role, John Chatley will be able to capitalise on Schüco’s position in the residential and commercial façade market. He will also be strongly promoting the company’s range of solar hot water systems and energy-generating photovoltaic solutions, all of which can be seen in Schüco’s new Network Centre in Milton Keynes.

With 20 years’ experience in the building industry, including four years with Schüco, first as an Architectural Project Manager and then as a Divisional Manager, Chatley has a through understanding of the demands of the residential sector and has established close working relationships with architects, main contractors and Schüco’s fabricators.

600450 Schüco Appoints Residential Client Development Manager
Date: 25 January 2008
Source: Schüco

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