Euroclad Group has announced the appointment of a new Managing Director, Aiveen Kearney.
Aiveen will replace Simon Thomas who has elected to leave the company after over 30 years.
Paul O’Gorman comments on Simon’s departure: “On behalf of the Kingspan Group, I want to thank Simon for his considerable input and leadership into the business during the past 30 plus years and, in particular, since the acquisition by the Kingspan Group some 3 years ago. In addition, I want to wish Simon every success in his future career path over the coming years”.
Aiveen is set to start as Managing Director effective from 7th May 2019, having joined the Joris Division some 15 months ago. Prior to this, Aiveen worked in a range of senior roles for Holcim, a global building materials and aggregates company, in both Australia and USA.
Euroclad Group would like to wish Aiveen every success in her new role.
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