Sika appoints new regional manager EMEA

Sika appoints new regional manager for EMEA

6:46 AM, 1st July 2017
Sika appoints new regional manager for EMEA
Ivo SchAdler has appointed as regional manager for EMEA, Sika.

BAAR, SWITZERLAND: Sika AG said that it has appointed Ivo Schadler as regional manager for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region and will join Sika's group management. He succeeds Paul Schuler, who was appointed chief executive officer (CEO) in May.

Ivo SchAdler (51) began his career at Sika in 1997. He held various management positions at the Swiss national subsidiary before becoming general manager for the UK and Ireland in 2012. In this role, he not only drove forward the subsidiaries' growth and profitability but also successfully completed the acquisition and integration of Everbuild Building Products Ltd, the UK's largest manufacturer of sealants and adhesives.

In 2015 Ivo Schadler was appointed area manager Europe South and head EMEA target market refurbishment. His area of responsibility included sales activities in the major EU countries; UK, France, Italy and Spain, as well as in the repair and maintenance sector in the EMEA region, managing a turnover of around CHF 1 billion.

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