Australia’s leading supplier of “Fire Safe” aluminium facade cladding, Aodeli Australia, announces today the appointment of experienced sales professional, Darryl Smith as a business development manager in the Queensland team following the company’s meteoric growth in this market supplying the façade cladding materials to high profile and iconic projects in the State.

Darryl joins the highly experienced team at Aodeli from Skimmer Lids Pty Ltd where he was the International Sales and Export Manager. Darryl has an established pedigree in sales since beginning his career as an estimator and major projects quotation officer in the industrial plumbing industry. This led on to roles in other sectors such as electrical, mining, oil and gas, food processing and construction. Prior to joining Skimmer Lids, Darryl was the Queensland and Northern Territory Regional Sales Manager for IBEX AUSTRALIA (Industrial Piping Systems). This role required him to service and build up a reliable network of customers.

“The Queensland construction market is in our backyard and we are delighted to have seen such significant growth of the last year to be adding and growing our team. As the manufacturer of two of the leading non-combustible aluminium cladding products on the market today, our company is helping builders, architects, façade engineers and other important stakeholders with advice on their façade cladding and rectification needs and are also working on some amazing new builds that are under construction or about to break ground. It is an exciting time to join our team,” explains General Manager of Aodeli, Wayne Saunders.

Over the last 12 months, Aodeli has supplied its fully non-combustible solid aluminium panel, SAP, made from 5052-H32 marine grade aluminium and NCP, the fully non-combustible aluminium core panels to major construction projects throughout Queensland including for the recladding of the Cairns Hospital, the construction of the new Home of the Arts (HOTA) building on the Gold Coast and the Monterey Apartment at Kangaroo Point which is the tallest residential tower to be built in Australia using Cross Laminated Timber (CLT).