We’re delighted to announce that Gary Sutton has joined Stewart Fraser as Manager of the Pyrostyle and Fire Products Division. Gary will be responsible for the management of all aspects of marketing, design, estimating, and installation of our award-nominated fire door products.
Although a new appointment, Gary is no stranger to the company; he started his career here as an apprentice carpenter and joiner! For over 14 years he progressed through the business, gaining a hands-on understanding of all our manufacturing capabilities before moving across to management roles where he brought in various systems and improvements to increase efficiency.
Gary joins us from his previous role at IKO Plc, which specialises in waterproofing solutions for the roofing and building industry. As Divisional Sales Manager he nurtured a large team, grew multi-million pound sales and had a fundamental role in marketing and product development.
He brings back to Stewart Fraser a wealth of sales and management expertise that will greatly benefit the business; from team development and business planning to the implementation of systems and successful sales growth.
Gary is thrilled to be returning to the company and commented,
“It’s a little like coming home after being away for a long time; everything is strangely familiar yet different. There are a few old faces and with them come a wealth of experience to help train and develop newer employees. What hasn’t change is the quality of the products and installation. What’s really exciting for me is the chance to bring both my leadership expertise and business development experience to Pyrostyle. The award-nominated product range is already being regularly specified and has achieved extraordinary multi-million pound sales since its launch in 2008. However, there’s still a huge untapped opportunity to further advance our industry-leading position with a combined business plan and marketing strategy. I look forward to building on Pyrostyle’s reputation for unrivalled performance and inspirational design.”