GlasWeld expands service area, adds satellite offices

GlasWeld has expanded its service area with satellite offices in the Great Lakes/East Coast Region and the Southwest.

GlasWeld, a complete solutions provider for the glass repair industry, announces that it has expanded its service area with representation in key markets across the US. Satellite offices have been established in the Great Lakes/East Coast Region and the Southwest, as well as its corporate office in Bend, Oregon.
GlasWeld general manager Dennis Garbutt comments, “We have created these satellite offices to strategically service our customers where they are located. By having representation in these key areas, we will be able to quickly serve the needs of our customers and become a hands-on partner in solving their glass damage issues.”
Great Lakes/East Coast representation will be handled by GlasWeld Business development manager Jason Zimostrad who is headquartered in Saginaw, Michigan. Zimostrad was brought on specifically to work with window and door manufacturers, automotive glass manufacturers and distributors, and other corporate customers in the Great Lakes and East Coast Regions.
The Southwest Region will be represented by GlasWeld vice president Shiloh Spoo in Tucson, Arizona. Spoo brings years of experience in glass scratch removal training and support as well as involvement in GlasWeld’s research and development team in the creation of new products and improvements for all glass scratch removal, windshield repair and headlight restoration products. He will focus on sales, training and support for customers in the Southwestern US.
GlasWeld’s corporate headquarters in Bend, Oregon will handle sales, training, and customer service for the Western states as well as handle service calls for customer needs throughout the US.
GlasWeld provides complete glass repair solutions – from equipment to training programmes and technical support – for both flat glass and auto glass to consulting and contracting services.
“We have created these satellite offices to strategically service our customers where they are located,” said GlasWeld General Manager Dennis Garbutt, in a release. “By having representation in these key areas, we will be able to quickly serve the needs of our customers and become a hands-on partner in solving their glass damage issues.”