Refrigeration and air conditioning servicing specialist Flowrite has reorganised the top level of its management structure.
Tod Harrison has moved from being the Maidstone-based firm’s MD to the CEO role, while former CEO Andy Moore has now taken the position of development director.
Furthermore, customer service and performance manager Vicky Pluck has been promoted to the role of customer services and performance director, and operations director Dan Hudson has formally joined the company’s board.
Harrison said of the changes: “These are crucial appointments which will influence the future success of the business.
“We are delighted that we now have such a high quality team, with managers who are both experienced and confident in their fields and keen to see Flowrite meet its potential in the years to come. I am looking forward to working with the new team as we enter a new era for Flowrite.”
Flowrite has a team of specialist engineers offering 24/7/365 reactive repairs and maintenance to its customers. Its first-time fix rates are claimed to be unrivalled in the refrigeration industry, and the teams are supported by an experienced management team and service enhancing technologies. The company reports it has steadily been gaining the trust of new customers over the past year through its customer service ethos and reliable service provision.