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New MD for Polypipe Building Products

Polypipe Building Products has appointed Steve Heeley as the new managing director.

Steve Heeley, Polypipe Building Products' new MD

Steve moves to the Doncaster production centre from his previous role as managing director at Polypipe-owned Manthorpe Building Products.

Despite 2020 being a unique year, Polypipe has marked its 40th year as a business and Steve is ready to face the next chapter of the company’s history.

Steve said: “Everyone I have spoken to at Polypipe Building Products has been absolutely exceptional in the face of some unexpected challenges this year.

“When you look at that, and to think there are more years ahead working with these people, I think I’m a very lucky person.”

Steve has a wealth of senior management experience and has worked at Polypipe Group for more than 30 years. His more recent positions include general manager for Polypipe Ventilation and technical director at Polypipe Civils.

25 November 2020

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