Sika has announced the promotion of Ryan McEnoy to the post of Head of Sales for Liquid Applied Membranes (LAM), having been with the company for 12 years in a number of roles.
This new position will give Ryan responsibility for further developing and delivering the sales strategy for the Sika Liquid Plastics portfolio of roofing and balcony systems.
Ryan originally joined the company as part of the sales team for the Sarnafil range of single ply roofing membranes and has more recently worked as the southern regional sales manager for Sika Liquid Plastics.
His understanding of the roofing market and track record of working with colleagues across Sika’s roofing businesses, specifiers and contractors make him ideally placed to understand the challenges and opportunities for Sika’s LAM portfolio.
Working collaboratively with colleagues across the research and development, production, applications, technical, marketing and customer services departments within Sika, Ryan will be responsible for ensuring that market feedback is integral to Sika’s product development and technical support functions to build on the company’s strengths in aligning product performance with a turnkey approach to service from first enquiry to final inspection of the finished installation.
Ryan comments on his new role: “Sika Liquid Plastics has had two record breaking years of sales performance over the past couple of years and our former Head of Sales for LAM, Peter Hollingworth, who has been promoted to Business Unit Manager for Sika Flooring, has given me a hard act to follow. I’d like to thank him for handing down a legacy that gives me a head start.
“My remit is to continue to nurture relationships with contractors and to build on specifier relationships because our complete service offering means that we can really add value from the very earliest stages of a project and our sales strategy will continue to leverage that significant point of difference.”
Ryan’s promotion has also led to the promotion of Louie Farrington from the role of area technical manager to the post of regional sales manager for the south.
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