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Kilwaughter Minerals announce new sales director

Gary Wilmot and David Grace

David Grace to lead sales and technical sales functions across Kilwaugher’s portfolio of brands

KILWAUGHTER Minerals Ltd have appointed a new sales director as part of a major growth strategy as the economy emerges from the coronavirus pandemic.

David Grace joins the Co. Antrim-headquartered business having previously worked at director level for a leading company in the construction industry.

He will have responsibility for leading the sales and technical sales functions across Kilwaughter’s portfolio of brands, including K Rend, K Systems and Kilwaughter Lime.

Mr Grace (right of photo) commented: ‘I’m looking forward to meeting our customers and getting closer to the market segments.

‘The construction sector, particularly, has had some recent challenges, however I’m confident that the team and the innovative solutions from Kilwaughter’s R&D department will continue to drive us forward and bring opportunities both for our customers and the company.’

Gary Wilmot (left of photo), chief executive of Kilwaughter Minerals, added: ‘It’s a pleasure to welcome David to the management board as we experience a period of sustained growth.

‘With a wealth of experience in the construction industry, David has worked on specification-led sales with specialist contractors and the building materials merchant and distribution network.

‘His proven track record of success in delivering revenue and margin growth, and a passion for developing high-performing teams, makes him an exceptional addition to the Kilwaughter team.’

Mr Grace’s appointment follows recent changes to Kilwaughter’s company structure with the creation of a new business development function led by Caroline Rowley, who has also joined the management board.

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