Glaspro makes senior level hires in customer service and plant management

Date: 9 January 2002
Source: Glaspro
Glaspro Inc, the West Coast’s predominant designer and fabricator of architectural glass, announced that it has hired senior level managers to fill important positions in customer service and plant management.

We are happy to announce that our two new team members will help us achieve a higher level of quality assurance, sales coordination, customer service, and overall plant operations,” said Joseph Green, president of Glaspro Inc. “As Glaspro expands into new markets and serves an increasing number of world-class architects, designers, and builders, it’s imperative that all of our business operations be a mirror image of the high quality products we produce.”Debbie Marron recently joined Glaspro and serves as customer service coordinator.In the new position, Marron will leverage over 20 years of sales coordination and customer service experience to dramatically improve Glaspro services to its rapidly expanding base of architectural glass customers. Prior to joining Glaspro, she held customer service positions for nearly 14 years at Tn’T Incorporated.

Kenneth J. Scholefield recently joined Glaspro and serves at plant manager at the glass fabricator’s Santa Fe Springs manufacturing facilities. In the position, Scholefield will leverage over 25 years of management experience leading manufacturing, production and quality control functions to improve and streamline Glaspro’s plant operations processes.

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