Being associated with Inductotherm Group for over 15 years, Mr. Adrian Wood has encompassed a broad knowledge base of all heating & welding applications, besides his experience in building customer relations and negotiating contracts.
UK-based Inductotherm Heating & Welding Ltd, part of the Inductotherm Group, has announced the promotion of Mr. Adrian Wood who will now join the Board of Directors with effect from July 1, 2022. As Sales Director, Mr. Wood will be responsible for all revenue streams and in addition, as a Board member, Adrian will contribute to the future director of the organisation.
Having worked for the Inductotherm group for over 15 years, he has built his technical induction heating and welding expertise predominantly dedicated to the Thermatool brand, but now has a broad knowledge of all heating and welding applications, besides his experience in building customer relations and negotiating contracts.
Appointed as the Head of Sales in 2018, then promoted to the Director of Sales in 2020, and the Director of Inductotherm Italy Board of Directors later the same year, Mr. Adrian brings knowledge of developing sales strategies, implementing, and managing new sales activities to generate new growth across several territories.
Mr. Wayne Hine, Managing Director of Inductotherm Heating & Welding Ltd, says, “Adrian’s promotion to Sales Director was to recognise the achievements and management of sales since 2018, having strengthened the sales team with new appointments and restructuring internal processes that make IHW Sales & Marketing more efficient and proactive to meet customers’ needs across Europe and in all our markets sectors. He now has full P&L responsibility for the Sales, Service and Spares departments.”
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He further added, “The subsequent appointment to the Board of Directors in Inductotherm Heating & Welding Ltd provides the platform for Adrian to be part of the strategic decisions and trajectory of the company. First task will be to promote the new service centre’s in Turkey and Europe which are key to our future plans as is continuing new equipment development and increased liaison with customers to ensure our R&D is aligned to industry sector needs.”