Rockwool has restructured its sales team to create 10 new roles, they will each have their own dedicated area of the UK.
The manufacturer has also invested in new vehicles and has expanded its Trade Range collection of easy-to-fit, non-combustible thermal and sound insulation. Thermal Cavity Insulation Slab 32 and Thermal Frame Slab 32, which they claim, offers up to 13% greater thermal performance.
Cameron Lee, national sales manager merchants and DIY at Rockwool UK said: “Rising energy costs and heightened consumer interest in cutting carbon emissions means demand for our stone wool insulation is up.
“To help merchants make the most of the growing market, we have revamped our team to make working with us as simple as possible and enable our on-the-ground team to provide every aspect of support merchants need.”
The people covering the Northern Region are Rakesh Bhopal, Lewis Smith, Mark Hancock and Rebecca Ellwood. The South-West of the UK is served by Nate Grant, Phil Notley, Richard Llewellyn and Sam Wilson, while the South-East is supported by Dom Mason and Chris Ludlow.
“We have also invested in new vehicles and livery, as well as our HGVs, to raise further awareness of Rockwool brand as our people and products travel up and down the country,” said Lee.