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New MD appointed at Armcon

Sean Warburton

Armcon mix it up with the appointment of Sean Warburton as their new managing director

ARMCON Ltd, specialists in the design and manufacture of volumetric concrete mixers, have recently appointed Sean Warburton as managing director, as part of their long-term growth strategy.

With a solid foundation in place upon which to develop and facilitate the next phase of growth, Armcon’s founder and owner, Robert Armstrong, made the strategic decision to appoint Mr Warburton in order to help drive this change.

Mr Warburton (pictured) brings with him vast experience and a strong track record in senior leadership roles within similar industry sectors, including the quarrying, recycling and capital equipment markets.

Throughout these challenging roles, he has successfully managed sales, hire fleets and aftermarket support, including spare parts distribution and servicing both in the UK and globally.  

Commenting on his first couple of months in his new role (he was appointed on 2 November 2020), Mr Warburton said: ‘I am really excited by the challenge presented to me here at Armcon. My next role had to be a good fit and provide a challenge that excites me, and here at Armcon I have this in abundance. I truly believe we have all the building blocks in place to take this business to the next level and I look forward to driving through this change.’

Known primarily for their British designed and manufactured volumetric mixers, Armcon have been serving the concrete and related industries for more than 30 years from their centrally located headquarters in Stockport.

Commenting on the appointment, Mr Armstrong said: ‘I’m delighted to welcome Sean into Armcon at this critical period of our growth. I truly believe that with Sean’s industry knowledge and experience of global distribution, he is ideally placed to drive the business forward on the next phase of our journey.’

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