Guardian names managing director of Latin American operations

Guardian Industries promoted Mark LaCasse to managing director of Latin American operations, overseeing all of the company's business in Central America, South America and Mexico.

Since joining Guardian in 1993, LaCasse has held positions of increasing responsibility, including sales manager for Latin America and managing director of the company's plant in Porto Real, Brazil.

"Mark's appointment to managing director of Latin American operations reflects his outstanding accomplishments in responding to a wide range of business issues," said Russ Ebeid, president of Guardian's glass group. "His skills in managing and motivating people, combined with operational savvy and knowledge of the marketplace will lead to Guardian's expanding presence in Latin America."

600450 Guardian names managing director of Latin American operations
Date: 25 March 2002
Source: Fenestration Magazine

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