Ecocem GB announce Mark Brown as Regional Sales Manager for Northern UK

14 Oct , 2022  

Ecocem, one of Europe’s leading provider of low carbon solutions for the cement and construction industries,, has announced the appointment of Mark Brown as Regional Sales Manager for Northern UK.

Mark brings 15 years of construction and logistics industry experience to his new role. Prior to joining Ecocem Mark worked in the admixture sector where he gained extensive knowledge of the UK concrete and cement markets.

As Regional Manager for Northern UK, Mark will continue to promote innovation, deepen existing customer connections, continue to build the company’s success with Engineer and Architect specifications, and develop high-quality leads in new areas.

Commenting on Mark’s appointment, Micheál McKittrick, Managing Director of Northern Europe said, “As we continue to expand our operations within the UK construction market, Mark will be at the forefront of promoting the use of low carbon cement products to drive net zero emissions reductions particularly within the specifications industry in Northern UK. This is an exciting time for Ecocem GB, and we wish Mark continued success in his new position.”

Mark Brown added in response to his appointment, “As a leader in low carbon cement technology and innovation Ecocem will continue to support the construction industry in achieving its net-zero goals. I look forward to assisting Ecocem GB in building their momentum in the UK during an exciting time of growth”.

For more than 20 years, Ecocem has led the development of technology that reduces the carbon footprint of the traditional cement manufacturing process by half. It’s pipeline of technology continues to be industry leading, and the company was recently backed by Breakthrough Energy Ventures, a coalition of private investors led by Bill Gates, supporting innovations that will lead the world to net-zero emissions.

Ecocem GB is currently specified on the high-speed railway HS2 in the United Kingdom, with the first leg scheduled to be completed between 2029 and 2033.