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Commercial Director celebrates 3 years with Jet Aire

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Jet Aire Commercial Director Keith Ferris is celebrating three years with the Yorkshire based drainage contractor.

In those three years, Jet Aire has more than doubled in size from 30 employees to over 70, expanded its drainage offerings and cemented key contracts with both Seymour Civil Engineering and City Facilities Management.

His main role has been to acquire new opportunities and win key commercial drainage contracts, which he has done time and time again. Turnover has again more than doubled since his arrival, and Jet JetAire-DirectorAire has become recognised as a main contractor in the chemical, educational and health care sectors.

Keith, who is based in the Leeds office, has also helped to improve the professionalism of the company, with new health and safety measures implemented on site.

Speaking about his first three years with the company, Keith said: "When I joined Jet Aire, there was a plan to grow the company into new market places and become a major force in the drainage sector across Yorkshire and the North East."

"The success that has been achieved has been down to the excellent management and operational team that I have the privilege to manage. Without their drive and desire to do their best, the Company would not be where it is now."

"In addition, the ambitions that the management team have had have been supported by the Company board, who have trusted and backed us to achieve our goals."

"I am delighted that we have been able to expand the company by securing key long-term contracts, as well as becoming an Ultracoat applicator, which makes us unique within the area.

"I am very much looking forward to the next few years as we continue to grow as a company and improve our quality of drainage services and customer service."

If you would like to know more about Jet Aire and the commercial drainage services, including drain surveys and drain clearance, please do not hesitate to speak to one of our team.

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