In line with previously set goals, Enersize has recruited Jonas Englund, who starts as regional sales manager on August 5, 2019. Jonas joins just in time to seize the daily work with Caverion Sweden AB and Momentum Industrial AB that follows on the agreement that Enersize reported in the press release on June 12, 2019, with title ”Enersize ingår viktigt samarbetsavtal med Caverion Sverige AB”. This work aims to grow the Company’s license business, where Caverion and Momentum stand for a large part of the sales work and all of the work at the customer, when it comes to leakage management with LEAQS and installation of Enersize Q+.
Jonas has a solid background, last as CEO/partner of OnePartnerGroup’s subsidiary in Mälaredalen where he also was customer responsible. Earlier, Jonas has been regional sales manager for Montico in Mälardalen, store manager in the NetOnNet group as well as sales manager at K-Rauta.
”Enersize is a company in my taste with large potential and big opportunities for personal development since the Company is in a growth phase. Also, the sustainability aspect is important to me. I am impressed by the actual reductions in energy consumption and CO2 emissions that is achieved at the customers. I have already received a solid education in compressed air systems, and I am surprised how expensive it is to produce compressed air, but also how much can be saved. I look forward to present Enersize’s product portfolio to all new customers and I count on being able to quickly contribute to the business”, says regional sales manager Jonas Englund.
”Now at last we can expand the sales work in Sweden, and I am happy we found Jonas, who I see as a really good addition to Enersize”, says sales- and marketing director Daniel Winkler.
”Jonas has the right mind set and fit in well in the organization. Jag count on that Jonas and Daniel becomes a radar couple and that we can develop the work with Caverion and Momentum. Sales work requires engagement and time, and Jonas is already going and will undertake the task well”, says CEO Anders Sjögren.