Glasstech promotes two to vice president

Glasstech, Inc., the world leader in the manufacturing of glass bending and tempering equipment, has promoted Jay K. Molter and Thomas E. Noe to Vice President.
“Glasstech“s success is directly tied…

 

Glasstech, Inc., the world leader in the manufacturing of glass bending and tempering equipment, has promoted Jay K. Molter and Thomas E. Noe to Vice President. “Glasstech“s success is directly tied to the quality of its people,” said President and CEO Mark D. Christman. “Jay and Tom have made major contributions toward establishing and maintaining the company“s worldwide reputation, and we look to them to strengthen our position in the future”. Mr. Molter, a 24-year Glasstech employee, has been promoted to Vice President, Marketing and Sales. He was previously Director, Marketing and Sales. He is responsible for positioning the company and its products in the worldwide architectural and automotive glass markets and for the sale of Glasstech“s products to the world“s leading glass fabricators. In 1981, Mr. Molter joined Glasstech“s Finance Group. He became Director of Marketing Administration in the Marketing & Sales Department in 1991. In this role, Mr. Molter has worked directly with customers on the selection, purchase and financing of the company“s unique systems. He also has headed the development of Glasstech marketing collateral material, coordinated trade show involvement and supervised public relations efforts. Mr. Molter will continue to report to John S. Baxter, Senior Vice President, Marketing & Sales. Mr. Noe, a 22-year employee, was named Vice President, Customer Service. Previously, he was Director of Customer Service. Mr. Noe is responsible for all customer service, quality, field installation, technical service and project management activities. Mr. Noe started with Glasstech in 1984 as a Technical Service Engineer and has held positions of increasing responsibility in the field and technical services area. He has represented Glasstech in several industry associations responsible for the development of international safety glass standards. Mr. Noe will continue to report to Mr. Christman.