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NFRC announces the appointment of next CEO

  • 8 Jul 2015

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James Talman is the current CEO of the Single Ply Roofing Association (SPRA).

James Talman, CEO of SPRA, is set to take up the helm of NFRC later this year

He has been selected from an extensive list of candidates to take on the leadership of NFRC after a transitional period with the current incumbent.

The appointment has been endorsed by SPRA, who hopes it will cement the close relationship between the two organisations.

NFRC President, Andrew Turnbull, has stated that Ray Horwood will be greatly missed, but James’ wide experience and knowledge within the roofing industry makes him an ideal replacement to lead NFRC.

James will be directing the company in its progressive work to support members; he will also continue to promote the industry.

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