IGE Welcomes Todd Schulz as Senior Vice President of Sales, Midwest Region

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Todd Schulz | IGE Glass Technologies

Date: 24 April 2024

IGE continues to grow both in innovative products and experienced leaders for the glass fabrication industry.

IGE Glass Technologies is pleased to announce the addition of industry veteran Todd Schulz to the team. Todd brings decades of experience in the flat glass industry to IGE. His past includes general management of glass fabrication facilities and extensive experience in sales. Todd will join Manny Borda, Heinz Widemayer, and Michael Spellman as part of the IGE sales team to promote the most technologically advanced glass fabrication solutions available to the market.

“Todd offers a unique perspective to the team due to his technical knowledge of machinery solutions and his knowledge of the headaches fabricators face on a daily basis,” said Michael Spellman, IGE CEO and Founder. “He’s a terrific guy and we’ve always been a big fan of his. This is a win-win for all, especially glass fabricators in Todd’s territory.

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