Edgetech adds more expertise in the South

Edgetech, a Quanex Building Products Company, continues to grow by creating more choices for IGU manufacturers with exciting products.

The highly successful addition of TruPlas, its composite warm edge tubular spacer, is the first in a wide range of new products and components.   

As part of its growth plans Edgetech added a new role of Technical Sales Engineer for the South of England to give high levels of technical support for customers with installation of machines, training and maintenance. Jason Rogers joins to fill this new position.

Jason has lots of experience. He worked with a Portsmouth based fabricator for 12 years starting on the shop floor where he made frames as well as sealed units. He also opened its trade counter. Here Jason gained both technical knowledge and customer service experience making him perfect for the new position.

“The training at Edgetech is really good,” says Jason. “To start with I’ve been learning about the products and machines at head office. Then it was hands-on training visiting customers alongside a highly experienced engineer installing a new air float table and training the operatives. It’s a very exciting opportunity and I’m looking forward to supporting Edgetech’s customers.”

600450 Edgetech adds more expertise in the South glassonweb.com
Date: 28 July 2014
Source: www.edgetechig.co.uk

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