PPG appoints Kenstowicz regional architectural manager, Pacific Northwest

PPG appoints Kenstowicz regional architectural manager, Pacific Northwest
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PPG announced that Andre Kenstowicz has joined the flat glass marketing team as regional architectural manager for the Pacific Northwest, covering Washington, Oregon and Idaho.

A graduate of Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, Kenstowicz joined PPG in 2012, serving most recently as an international sales support representative and export compliance coordinator for the flat glass business in Pittsburgh.

Glenn T.Miner, PPG director of construction, flat glass, said Kenstowicz’s experience and communication skills will enable him to serve PPG customers effectively.

“Andre understands the challenges architects, contractors and fabricators face with today’s increasingly complex glass, curtain wall and building envelope specifications,” he explained.

“His product knowledge and ability to educate and convey information will make him a valuable asset for any project, from glass selection, bidding and production logistics through final installation and follow-up.”

Kenstowicz also attended Universidad de Sevilla in Spain and is fluent in Spanish. He will be based in the Seattle-Tacoma area.

Dan Adams, a PPG flat glass sales veteran who relocated to Colorado in 2015, will partner with Kenstowicz to serve customers in the Pacific Northwest through the end of 2016. Adams will concentrate on customers in Colorado and Wyoming beginning in 2017.

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Date: 5 August 2016
Source: www.ppg.com

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