Glassolutions hits the road to build links with Jewson branches

Staff within Jewson branches across the south of England and Wales are now better equipped to provide their customers with access to the wide range of glass products and services from GLASSOLUTIONS, thanks to a series of recent roadshow events.

The five roadshows were organised to help Jewson staff improve their knowledge of sister company GLASSOLUTIONS, so their building industry customers can buy more of what they need from within the Saint-Gobain group.  Strengthening the links between the two companies, more than 250 members of staff from Jewson attended the roadshows, with many immediately identifying ways in which they could help their regular customers with their glass requirements.Stephen Huntly, regional general manager for GLASSOLUTIONS in the South was involved in delivering the roadshows.  He said: “By bringing Jewson and GLASSOLUTIONS closer together, we have taken another important step along the road to making it easier for customers to do business with Saint-Gobain.  The group is large and diverse so it is important that staff within the different businesses know as much as possible about each other – that’s where these roadshows have proved extremely useful.”Jewson customers in the South will not only have greater awareness of GLASSOLUTIONS products following the roadshows, they will even be able to see products showcased.  Vitrio® backpainted glass, which is manufactured by GLASSOLUTIONS at its Hayes factory and used for all kinds of kitchen and bathroom applications, will soon be showcased for customers in Jewson’s kitchen showroom in Bridgend in South Wales and other showrooms are set to follow suit.Staff within Jewson branches across the south of England and Wales are now better equipped to provide their customers with access to the wide range of glass products and services from GLASSOLUTIONS, thanks to a series of recent roadshow events. 

The five roadshows were organised to help Jewson staff improve their knowledge of sister company GLASSOLUTIONS, so their building industry customers can buy more of what they need from within the Saint-Gobain group.  Strengthening the links between the two companies, more than 250 members of staff from Jewson attended the roadshows, with many immediately identifying ways in which they could help their regular customers with their glass requirements.

Stephen Huntly, regional general manager for GLASSOLUTIONS in the South was involved in delivering the roadshows.  He said: “By bringing Jewson and GLASSOLUTIONS closer together, we have taken another important step along the road to making it easier for customers to do business with Saint-Gobain.  The group is large and diverse so it is important that staff within the different businesses know as much as possible about each other – that’s where these roadshows have proved extremely useful.”

Jewson customers in the South will not only have greater awareness of GLASSOLUTIONS products following the roadshows, they will even be able to see products showcased.  Vitrio® backpainted glass, which is manufactured by GLASSOLUTIONS at its Hayes factory and used for all kinds of kitchen and bathroom applications, will soon be showcased for customers in Jewson’s kitchen showroom in Bridgend in South Wales and other showrooms are set to follow suit.

600450 Glassolutions hits the road to build links with Jewson branches glassonweb.com
Date: 25 June 2014
Source: www.glassolutions.co.uk

See more news about:

See more from these topics:

Others also read

Over the last five years, Sandton (South Africa) has been a magnet for large-scale developments. Designed by Boogertman + Partners Architects, the 85 000 m2 Discovery building is one of them.
Compagnie de Saint-Gobain’s Board of Directors decides to propose the renewal of the Director’s term of office of Mr. Pierre-André de Chalendar and to co-opt Ms. Dominique Leroy, CEO of Proximus, as an independent Director.
Vetrotech supplied over 1'600m2 of Contraflam Lite Structure EW30 solutions.
The glazed walkway at London’s Tower Bridge attraction, which was designed and manufactured by GLASSOLUTIONS, has been voted as winner of MyGlazing.com’s ‘Best window with a view 2017’ competition.
Architects Pelli Clarke Pelli specified the most demanding requirements for a fire-rated glass floor and skylight to date for this project including 2-hour fire rating, blast, and seismic resistance, live loading for foot traffic, and waterproofing.
WICONA, the specialist manufacturer of glazing and glass curtain walling, has worked with specialist contractor GLASSOLUTIONS to deliver the glazing and facades package for One Bedford Avenue, a flagship mixed use development in Central London.

Add new comment