Wienerberger Sandtoft appoints new sales managers

Three new managers appointed to Sandtoft’s sales team

  • 21 Dec 2016

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Wienerberger has made three new appointments within its roofing division, Sandtoft.

Gary Smith has been hired as National Sales Manager, joining from a senior position at Redland. He is joined by Gary Palmer as Regional Sales Manager for the South: together, the men bring over 20 years of roofing experience and broad knowledge of the building industry.

Andrew Waite has also been appointed as Area Sales Manager, covering West Sussex, Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey and the Isle of Wight. Boasting 10 years of experience in the industry, he previously held a role as Branch Manager for SIG.

Sandtoft appointments

By hiring the trio, Wienerberger has demonstrated its commitment to growing and developing within the roofing and construction sectors.

‘All three boast widespread knowledge and experience within the roofing and construction industries,’ commented James Matthews, Director of Sales – Merchanting. ‘We hope they will make a big impact to the business in 2017.’

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