SAFTI Opens New Office in Salt Lake City

SAFTI, manufacturer of fire- and safety-rated glazing materials, recently opened a new office in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Managed by Kevin Turner, national sales manager, the new office is part of SAFTI’s commitment to provide its customers with timely, meaningful service from a more central location.“I think it’s good right now to be closer to some of our best customers.I’m excited about the new products we have coming down the pipeline and the momentum of our sales force. It’s the perfect combination of quality products and quality people,” says Turner.

Kevin Turner has been with SAFTI for the past three years and has been instrumental in developing its national network of experienced product representatives. He comes to SAFTI by way of McNeil Consumer Products, a division of Johnson & Johnson, where he managed special projects for the Tylenol brand.

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