New Head for Building Products Europe

Clemens Miller has been appointed Managing Director, Building Products Europe, with effect from 1 September 2007. Clemens succeeds Mark Lyons, who will now concentrate on his global BP role as Head of Building Products Regional Operations.

Building Products Europe is the largest single business in the NSG Group. It has annual sales of around €1.5 billion and employs some 6,500 people throughout the region.

Clemens joined Pilkington in 1992 from the steel industry and has most recently been managing the Group’s Fire Protection and Solar Energy businesses. Clemens holds a doctorate in mechanical engineering from the University of Aachen, Germany and is married, with four children. He will be based in St Helens, maintaining an office in Gelsenkirchen.

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