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Dieselec Thistle Generators Appoints Aftermarket Director

Billy Myers has been appointed by UK-leading generator specialist, Dieselec Thistle Generators (DTG), as Aftermarket Director. In this newly created role, Billy will be responsible for leading the expansion of DTG’s servicing, contracts and parts business across the UK.

“We have ambitious growth plans to double revenue within the next five years, and are pleased to be welcoming Billy to help bolster our senior team in support of our strategy,” said Paul Moore, Managing Director at DTG.

Billy joins DTG from Agilent Technologies, where he held senior roles. He was also the Chief Commercial Officer at Peak Scientific, as well as Joint Managing Director at Peak Industrial.

“I’m hoping to bring my experience of working with high growth businesses to DTG, and look forward to helping to make a real difference in a business that has really solid foundations, a great customer portfolio and huge potential to diversify and expand,” said Billy.

Working with customers throughout the country, DTG is the UK’s leading generator specialist. It supplies, installs and maintains diesel generators, providing customers with products, support and advice throughout the life cycle of their generator set. Since 2010, DTG has been supported by Glasgow-based equity partner, Nevis Capital LLP, which continues to support the company growth.

Operating from its 6.3 acre head office facility, the 80,000 sq ft warehouse space accommodates workshops, a parts distribution depot, the biggest load test cell in the country as well as the largest stock of generators in the UK. DTG holds up to £2 million of generators at its warehouse, and supplies from six to 3,000kVA – to ensure customers can quickly be provided with the right solution for their power needs.

The DTG team of expert sales engineers and skilled service technicians operate the length and breadth of the country providing comprehensive support across a range of industry sectors including commercial, construction, retail, data centres, health and government.

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