Crestchic appoints Cotton UK rental sales manager

By Jack Burke09 April 2021

Crestchic Loadbanks, the global load bank manufacturer, has appointed Paul Cotton to the role of UK Rental sales manager. 

The company said Cotton’s addition will further expand the team’s industry expertise and commitment to customer service, reinforcing the company’s commitment to the load bank rental market.

With 12 years of experience, most recently as head of Sales at Optimum Power Services, Cotton is skilled in the planning and delivery of power testing solutions into a range of sectors, including data centers, petrochemical, electrical contracting, facilities management, utilities and military, the company said.

Paul Cotton

Providing load bank rental services across the globe for both resistive and resistive-reactive applications, Crestchic provides products for sale and rental to some of the world’s biggest companies, backed up by its consultative service. With the data center market, in particular, continuing to grow, the expansion of the rental team enables Crestchic to meet increased customer demand.

“At Crestchic we’re always looking to invest in experienced and enthusiastic team members who bring new skills and ways of working into their roles,” said Chris Caldwell, managing director at Crestchic. “Paul is well known in the industry and has built a number of strong relationships over the years. He is a great addition to our team, particularly at a time when we’re seeing increased demand from the rental market.”

With sales and rentals offices in the UK, Ireland, North America, Singapore, Netherlands, France, Germany, India and Dubai, Crestchic is the largest load bank specialists in the world. 

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