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Ritec International Appoints Brian McDonald as New Sales and Business Development Manager

IMG_7906Ritec International, pioneers in ‘non-stick’ glass surface treatments, have appointed Brian McDonald as their New Sales and Business Development Manager. Mr McDonald will be in charge of developing new markets and supporting customers to increase sales. He is part of an expanded international team of Ritec Business Development Managers charged with advancing the new ClearShield Eco-System brand.

“The expansion of our sales and business development team further strengthens our ability to meet the needs of our customers,” notes Stephen Byers, Managing Director of Ritec International.

“Brian’s comprehensive understanding and experience of the glass market, in particular, sales and marketing will greatly benefit Ritec International’s sales network, and our customers directly.”

Before joining Ritec International, Brian was Commercial Manager at Global Glass (Synseal Extrusions). With twenty years’ experience in the glass industry, Brian has worked for some of the industry’s leading companies including Saint Gobain, Hegla Machinery, Hanic Software and Bystronic Machinery in varied roles such as mechanical engineering, curtain walling, glass processing, machinery and business management. He is well known industry-wide for business development strategy and building product brands.

Brian says:“I am delighted to be joining Ritec International at a pivotal time of growth for this global brand. I look forward to working with Ritec’s partners and customers to help them develop their business development and sales strategies as they too push for growth within their relevant industries.”

For more information visit www.ritec.co.uk or email info@ritec.co.uk.

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