Glazing specialist seeks to strengthens its sales team

UK emergency glazing, repair and replacement company Solaglas Windowcare has announced exciting plans to further invest in its growth within the Commercial Glazing and Maintenance Services sectors by expanding its sales team.

The Saint-Gobain owned company is continuing to invest in its people by strengthening its 15-strong sales team with the appointment a Commercial Glazing Sales Manager to focus on the retail glazing sector and a Maintenance Services Account Manager to expand its push into the government and public sectors.    The glazing specialist’s Sales and Marketing Department’s expansion will enable it to build upon the expert knowledge within the team to further enhance its service, offering and providing even better value to its customers.Managing director, Ian Davy, commented: “These are very exciting times for us and growth is very much part of our strategy.Whilst many companies are making cut backs we are investing in our future with these appointments.”

To achieve our goals we identified that we needed to re-structure and build a focussed sales and marketing team that was capable of delivering future growth. The appointment of sales and account managers in key areas is an important element of building our presence in our target markets.”

Solaglas Windowcare employs some 340 people, serving clients across the UK and Ireland through a network of highly-skilled engineers, the majority of which are directly-employed.

To find out more about the positions being offered call the Recruitment Line on 01709 310122 or email

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