Glaston America is increasing its coverage of the North American market with the addition of six new sales agents, all with considerable experience in the sector of the glass, glazing and window industries.
Thanks to the addition of six new sales agents, Glaston America has expanded the coverage of its North American customer base.
Eric Channel will cover Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and the Carolinas. He has been involved in the glass industry for over 15 years and focuses on glass distributors, fabricators and glazing companies.
Jim Charles has been selling products in the glass industry since 1983, and will handle Glaston’s customers in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin. His strengths include coated glass, insulating glass, tempered/heat strengthened glass, mirrors, laminated glass, UV glass-to-glass bonding, glass scoring and breakout technology.
Steve Kobely started in the glass/window industry in the early 1980s and brings a wide array of knowledge and expertise to the company. He will be covering the Arizona and California territory.
Tony Mazza will cover Idaho, Oregon, Utah and Washington. He has been in the commercial glazing and glass fabrication industries collectively for more than 20 years, with six years of global experience.
Pat McIntosh is entering his 29th year in the glass industry, working in the manufacturing, distribution and specialty glass markets. At Glaston, he will handle customers in Oklahoma and Texas.
Curt Pomerville, covering Indiana, Michigan and Ohio, has been in the fenestration industry for over 24 years with customer care/satisfaction as his number one priority.
Glaston has also promoted Jim Hartley and Max Williams to regional sales managers.