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Sika Target Market Industry announces personnel promotion

February 10, 2016
Chemical Value Chain

Sika Corporation, Target Market Industry announces the following personnel appointment.

Mr. Mike Rea is appointed to the position of Senior Product Engineer for TM Industry, with main responsibilities for Aftermarket Auto Glass Replacement and Flat Glass activities.

Rea joined Sika in 2000 as a laboratory intern and started working full time in 2001 after his college graduation. Throughout his time with Sika, Rea has provided outstanding technical and engineering support, both internal and external, for Sika’s wide range of products in both Industry and Automotive applications.

Rea holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Alternative Energy from Wayne State University.

Source: Sika

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