Arch appoints national sales manager

Arch Aluminum & Glass named Steven Perilstein to be its new national sales manager. In this position, Perilstein is responsible for all sales activities for the company.

He joined Arch in October 2001, and has been working closely with the company's network of North American branch facilities.

According to Arch CEO Leon Silverstein, "We are very excited to have Steve in this new position. His vast experience in our industry equips him to provide the sales leadership we will need in the years to come as we expand our product lines and markets."

Perilstein is a former founding member and director of UGC and president/CEO of Perilstein Distributing of Pittsburgh and Detroit

600450 Arch appoints national sales manager
Date: 21 June 2002
Source: Glass Digest

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