Sika Canada names new general manager

Date: 24 November 2015
Source: www.sika.ca
On October 6, Richard Aubertin succeeded to Michael Hardman as General Manager of Sika Canada.  Consequently, Michael Hardman took on the challenge of Senior Vice President of Mergers & Acquisitions for Sika North America, a key role to strengthen Sika's market positions and competitive advantage on the North American continent.  Richard Aubertin comes back to Canada after completing a mandate of almost 3 years in Europe where he served as General Manager and delivered outstanding results for Sika Portugal S.A.

Richard Aubertin originally joined Sika Canada in 1999 and held successively the positions of Market Field Manager for Residential Construction, Regional Sales Manager for Commercial Construction and Business Unit Manager for Commercial Construction before his departure for Portugal. Familiar with the Canadian market and the organisation, he is once again ready for a new challenge and Sika wishes him the best success for his new position.

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