FETA members take on industry roles
Two long standing members of FETA associations have taken on senior roles in two industry bodies.
Kevin Glass, MD of Bitzer UK and a stalwart member of BRA, took over as President of the Institute of Refrigeration in November last year.
In a wide ranging inaugural speech, the new president, whose two year term of office will span Brexit and the formative years of the UK’s divorce from Europe, described Brexit as one of the most important issues facing the industry.
Refrigerants was also an inevitable topic. As the MD of Bitzer UK, the UK subsidiary of the German compressor manufacturer, Kevin and his colleagues are at the forefront of testing the multitude of new lower GWP refrigerants entering the market.
Graham Wright, of Daikin UK and current President of HPA, has taken on the chairmanship of ACRIB. He takes over from Graeme Fox of BESA, heading up the joint industry body which represents and coordinates RACHP industry issues.
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