GGI names Bill Lombard ArtGlass anti­‐reflective glass product manager

Date: 8 December 2011
Source: General Glass International
General Glass International named Bill Lombard ArtGlass anti­‐reflective glass product manager responsible for the development of the product line in North America.

In this position, he will oversee the training of the GGI sales team and the marketing and promotions of the ArtGlass product offerings. Used in museum applications, ArtGlass is manufactured by Groglass, a European manufacturer of anti-­reflective glass. Before joining GGI, Lombard was a regional retail sales account manager at Tru Vue Inc.

“Bill brings a great amount of experience developing sales areas, and he has had a successful track record with selling products like this,” said Richard Balik, senior vice president of sales, GGI, in a release. “We are very excited to have him join our team.”

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