AFG announces management changes

AFG Industries announced that Fred Wallin will assume the newly created position of vice president, business development.

In his new role, Wallin will be responsible for marketing and e-business and will be working with the flat glass SBU in Brussels to coordinate global activities with sales systems, new product development, customer relationship management, benchmarking and competitive intelligence. Wallin formerly held the positions of vice president, marketing and vice president, sales.

Marc Massa has been promoted to vice president, sales for AFG. Massa will be responsible for AFG's North American sales. Massa has held primary glass sales positions in Pittsburgh and New York before serving as manager, coated product sales. He was then promoted to director, residential sales and then director, marketing in 2000

600450 AFG announces management changes
Date: 22 May 2002
Source: Glass Digest

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