Altecnic, along with its manufacturing partner Caleffi, is renowned for its technical innovation and ability to develop advanced solutions that deliver lifetime cost savings for the construction and plumbing industries. As part of its ongoing commitment to new product development, Altecnic have announced the addition of Stephanie Allchurch to the UK team.
Previously, Allchurch was technical manager with a leading manufacturer and has a rich 16-year track record in the industry. She will play a key role spearheading the development of Altecnic’s product offering across the UK whilst also expanding the company’s portfolio offer.
Over the last five years, Altecnic has grown both in turnover and staff and now employs around 100 people in the UK. Under managing director Gary Perry’s leadership, the company has introduced numerous new product innovations and industry firsts including the recent NSF TMV2 certification for its thermostatic mixing valves as well as its Intaball® gas lever ball valves EN 331:2015 (Class C) accreditation.
Allchurch says of her new appointment: “I am very excited to be working at Altecnic in this important development role. The company has a fantastic reputation for advanced technical knowledge and for leading the way in developing and supporting the very highest standard of plumbing and heating components.”
Altecnic’s managing director Gary Perry adds: “Altecnic is known as a manufacturer of high-quality components for heating, plumbing, air conditioning and renewables systems. Having Stephanie in this new role for Altecnic demonstrates our commitment to technological innovation and pursuit of the highest industry standards. We are really looking forward to supporting her in expanding our product offer in the UK market.”
The new role reinforces Altecnic’s credentials as a specialist supplier of quality hydronic solutions for commercial and domestic markets. It will mean that customers can continue to be confident that Altecnic products meet, and in many cases exceed, industry standards throughout their lifecycle irrespective of technological advances and a changing commercial landscape.