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News » UK » CPA elects new chairman » published 12 Apr 2017

CPA elects new chairman

The Construction Products Association has named Carl Arntzen as its new chairman.

CPA chairman Carl Arntzen Above: CPA chairman Carl Arntzen

Carl Arntzen is chief executive of Bosch Thermotechnology, which includes the residential business operating under the Worcester Bosch brand and the commercial industrial business operating under the Bosch brand. He first joined the company in 1984 as a product development engineer.

He took over as chairman of the Construction Products Association (CPA) on 11th April after the 2017 annual general meeting. He succeeds John Sinfield, managing director of Knauf Insulation Northern Europe, who completed three years in the post.

Carl Arntzen said : “I am delighted to join the CPA as chairman and look forward to contributing to its growth; and being an advocate for what is such an important UK industry. We will continue to work with government to ensure the construction sector remains competitive and relevant for industry colleagues; it's going to be a challenging but exciting process. I am impressed by the talent here who are making a significant contribution in helping to shape the CPA."

CPA chief executive Diana Montgomery said: “The CPA are delighted to welcome Carl on board. His extensive track record together with his understanding of the industry will play a tremendous role as we begin to navigate a post-EU landscape.”

 

 

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This article was published on 12 Apr 2017 (last updated on 12 Apr 2017).

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