Dan Poling Joins SCHOTT As Sales Manager For Fire-Rated Glass

Date: 6 April 2010
Source: SCHOTT
April 2, 2010 (Louisville, KY) – SCHOTT North America, Inc. has announced that Daniel Poling has joined the organziation as Sales Manager for its PYRAN® fire-rated glass products in North America.

He will be based out of SCHOTT’s Loiusville, Kentucky facility.
 
Poling, a graduate of West Liberty State College in West Liberty, West Virginia, is no stranger to the business. Previously Dan served as the Architectural Manager for AGC Glass-Building Products in Chicago, Illinois where he managed architectural development of commercial glass products for the Midwest. He also served as Sales Manager at AGC Interedge Technologies in Sausalito, California where he managed sales for North American fire- rated glazing products including glazing products and framing systems.  

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