Sika’s new £2.5m R&D Centre opened by HRH Duke of Kent

  • 3 Dec 2014

Sika new UK Research and Development Centre

Sika’s new andpound;2.5million research and development centre in Preston, UK, was opened on 26 November, 2014 by HRH Duke of Kent.

Sika continues to invest in the development of technologically advanced liquid roofing membranes and new product technologies – such as the low solvent iCure range.

The new research and development centre in Preston, UK will focus on 30 Sika products, including the roof waterproofing and internal floor coatings.

From its Preston site in the UK, Sika exports its products all over the world.

Jan Jenisch, Sika CEO: ñOur aim is to develop a Centre of Excellence in liquid roofing at our new Randamp;D Centre in the UK. We recognise the expertise we have in this area and we are excited to develop and nurture that talent to the benefit of our Sika subsidiaries and customers across the globe.î

 

Sika Limited
Watchmead
Welwyn Garden City
Hertfordshire
AL7 1BQ
Telephone: +44 (0) 1707 394444

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