Pilkington Announces New Sales Organization

Pilkington Building Products recently announced its new sales organization. The new sales structure is in support of the regional profit center organization with the sales managers reporting into each region.

In the Eastern Region, the sales managers will report to Scott Hoover who was recently promoted to regional sales director.The following are the regional sales managers and their territories: Rex Tracht, Midatlantic U.S. and Eastern Canada; Roberta Mullen, Northeastern U.S.; Tom O'Day, Eastern U.S. and Midsouth (Texas); and Paul Baskwell, Southeastern U.S.

In the Midwest Region, the sales managers will report to Stephen Weidner, vice president and general manager. The following are the regional sales managers and their territories: Rick Hecklinger, Michigan, North Dakota and Central Canada; Mike Krasula Ohio Tri-State, Minnesota and Wisconsin; and Scott Surma, Midwest.

In the Western Region, the sales managers will report to Todd Huffman, vice president and general manager. Todd Monaghan will manage the Southwest territory and will also be covering the Northwest US and Canada territories until an incumbent is named to fill this position.

In addition, Tim Osborne and Freda Sterling have retired effective September 30th after 30 years of service.

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