Bohle America Doubles Space, Recruits Staff

Date: 13 May 2009
Source: Bohle America Inc.
Bohle America Inc. announced that it has more than doubled its office facilities at its Charlotte, N.C., headquarters. The company has added 176,500 square feet of warehouse space to accommodate its new product lines, and also has more than doubled its office space in the last two months.

"We are rapidly developing our U.S. operation and we need to grow both our team and our facilities," comments Gary Dean, chief executive officer. "We recognized from the beginning that we would be able to expand once we gave ourselves some time to listen to our customers and understand the market needs. Hence we decided from the outset to engage flexible warehouse and office arrangements, which would facilitate our growth."

Dean adds, "These arrangements will provide further opportunities for significant expansion of product lines and sales support teams without the need to relocate."

In addition, the company has increased the staff support team led by the recruitment of a new sales office manager, Summer Zifko. Zifko is a finance major with several years experience in banking and marketing, who brings additional dimensions and strengths to the team.

600450 Bohle America Doubles Space, Recruits Staff

See more news about:

Others also read

We sincerely thank all our members, friends and visitors for being part of GlassOnWeb and its success during 2009.
For further upscaling, the plant has provision for a second float line which can support an additional 850 tonnes per day.  With an aim to further strengthen its leadership position in the glass industry, the Rs15bn.
A prestigious international prize states the poetic beauty and the architectural value of “Tiberio's Baths” in Panticosa (Spain), the new health and wellbeing centre in the heart of the Spanish Pyrenees made entirely using special glass blocks with a trapezoidal section.
During the annual Dujat December Dinner on Thursday 10 December 2009, Minister for Economic Affairs, Ms.
A team of researchers from the University of Vigo, Rutgers University in the United States and Imperial College London, in the United Kingdom, has developed "laser spinning", a novel method of producing glass nanofibres with materials.
Chicago — December 17, 2009 — Designers and engineers examined the product pages on nearly one million times in 2009 in hopes of finding the right materials or technologies for their projects.

Add new comment