david-flettLeading Transport Refrigeration manufacturer Hubbard Products Ltd has promoted David Flett to the position of Product Support Manager (Transport Refrigeration) based at its Otley, Ipswich, design and manufacturing facility.

David has worked for Hubbard Products in various roles for the past 21 years, and his appointment sees him now heading up a five-man product support team, of technical and service specialists.

David joined Hubbard Products in November 1989 as a Test & Quality Engineer progressing to the position of Supervisor before transferring to Hubbard’s commercial sales office where he was responsible for selecting systems and specifications and delivering technical support for customers.

In 1998 he transferred to Hubbard Products Transport Sales Team with technical specification and sales development responsibility for Key Accounts.

Married with two young children, David is keen on sailing and fishing but is equally at home on two wheels being a long-standing motorcycle fan.

Dougie Stoddart, Sales Director for Hubbard Products comments: “David is a highly knowledgeable refrigeration specialist and his practical experience of Transport Refrigeration equipment means that he is well placed to offer advice to our customers and leadership to the technical team that he heads up. Our plans for developing the Hubbard Products range of Transport Refrigeration solutions using new technologies and more efficient methods of manufacturing means that David’s product understanding will be extremely important to us in the months and years ahead.”

Hubbard celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2008 and is part of the worldwide Zanotti Group of companies. The company is one of the UK’s leading designers, manufacturers and suppliers of commercial cooling equipment and has earned an enviable Global reputation for innovation and design-led excellence.

Hubbard Products

Dougie Stoddart

Tel: 01473 890522

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