CMS Window Systems appoints new Chief Operating Officer

  • 13 Dec 2017

CMS Window Systems has appointed a new Chief Operating Officer, David Ritchie, as part of its strive to strengthen its management team.

Having previously worked as CEO at a leading inter fit-out business, David brings a wealth of experience to the window, door and curtain walling designer, manufacturer and installer.

David’s role will see him take up a place on the board of directors, taking on various key operational responsibilities, enabling Andy Kerr, Chief Executive Officer, to resume a role that is much more customer-facing.

Andy Kerr comments on David’s appointment: “2018 is set to be an exciting year as we expand our manufacturing capacity and expand our networks of CMS Approved Retail and Trade Partners. This will enable many more customers across different market sectors to benefit from our expanded product portfolio, whilst giving us an even better platform to serve out established residential and commercial markets.”

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