Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK has welcomed six new recruits

Date: 30 March 2024
Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK has welcomed six new recruits

Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK has welcomed six new recruits, further strengthening the business across key areas including technical, training, operations and customer services.

Technical Services Manager Lewis Jones has spent almost 27 years in the air conditioning and refrigeration industry. He has worked with Fujitsu for the last 10 years at distributor TF Solutions, where he progressed from being the sole technical support engineer to Head of Technical. He said: “I have always enjoyed working with the Fujitsu family and I’m extremely excited to join this fantastic company.’’

Eddie Wright also joins from TF Solutions, as a Technical Services Engineer. Wright entered the industry 17 years ago as an apprentice and rose through to ranks to lead engineer, overseeing large projects and multiple engineers. He moved to TF Solutions in 2022, providing technical support to branch staff and assisting engineers on site with breakdown issues. He said: “I am looking forward to getting to know all the people who have been so welcoming.’’

Business Development Manager Erin Cousins is the third new face to have made the move from TF Solutions, where she was a Regional Account Manager. Cousins joined the industry 18 years ago as a temp for a refrigeration wholesaler before becoming a Sales Engineer. She said: “I have been lucky to be involved in many amazing HVAC projects, working with some wonderful customers. It now feels great to have joined the Fujitsu team.’’

Head of Training Craig Webb brings with him a passion for renewable technologies, the fight against climate change and continuous learning and development. He previously spent five years at both Daikin and Mitsubishi Electric, where he focused on ait-to-water heat pumps for the domestic market. He managed Mitsubishi Electric’s Pre-Sales Technical Team, taking it from six engineers in a single location to 14 across England and Scotland. He was also responsible for developing the Aftersales Technical Helpdesk. He said: “Fujitsu has an excellent history and reputation within the HVAC market and I’m looking forward to being a part of that.’’

Operations analyst John Azurin has spent the past two years as a regulatory and data analyst in the chemical industry. Despite coming from a different background, a significant proportion of his experience was dedicated to IT and reporting, and he is now supporting Fujitsu’s IT systems, reporting and support. He said: “I’ve felt supported by everyone, which I greatly appreciate. I am looking forward to learning and contributing more as I progress and develop my career within the industry.’’

Louisa Drakou has joined the business as a Customer Services Administrator. She said: “I am absolutely thrilled about my new job at Fujitsu. The team is lovely, friendly and hardworking, I feel supported and motivated and look forward to the challenges work life brings me every day. I’m grateful to be part of such a fantastic team.’’

Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK Commercial Director, Martyn Ives, said: “We know our workforce is one of the most important areas of our business, and we have been recognised for our high levels of customer service in the past. We have added some real strength and depth to our team, and investing in these essential areas means we will strengthen our services overall. I’d like to welcome everyone to the business, and I look forward to working alongside all of them.”

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