Saint-Gobain Glass strengthens team with James O’Donoghue in the South

Saint-Gobain Glass UK has announced the appointment of James O’Donoghue as Regional Sales Manager for the South.

James is a well-known figure in the industry and brings with him many years of experience, most recently with Uniglass but also previously within SGG at Gibbs and Dandy Glass.He will report to Head of Sales, Richard Wall, who said of the appointment: “It’s great to have James on the team.It’s especially good news for our customers who, we know, will appreciate the level of attention and support that he is already well known and respected for.”

James replied: “I am delighted to have joined the Saint Gobain team. I have always been very passionate about customer service, new and innovative products, continuous improvement and the glass business in general, so there is certainly a good fit with Saint-Gobain Glass.”

Sales & Marketing Director, Andy Hyde, added: “James’ remit will be to continue to build strong relationships, with both existing and new customers and ensure customer satisfaction is continually improved. With James on board, I’m confident we have the right candidate to achieve that.”

600450 Saint-Gobain Glass strengthens team with James O’Donoghue in the South

See more news about:

Others also read

Vitro Architectural Glass debuts online guide to LEED certification  Portal helps architects find LEED credits opportunities using Vitro Glass products
Vitro Architectural Glass (formerly PPG Glass) has launched an online guide to help architects understand how their projects can earn LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) credits when they use products by Vitro Glass.
The North American Contractor Certification (NACC) program is pleased to announce that it will host its first industry webinar for technical discussion at 2:00PM EST on June 28th, 2017.
Wingate Partners Acquires Binswanger Glass
Wingate Partners, a Dallas, Texas based investment firm, announced today that it has partnered with CEO Tim Curran and management to acquire Binswanger Glass, headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee.
The Synseal Group has today acquired the Domestic IGU manufacturing assets of Euroview Manufacturing Limited – trading as Village Glass.
Leading international building envelope and major façade specialist the Lakesmere Group has announced a structured management buy-out (MBO) of the company by its executive management team.
The market for electrochromic glass is expected to have a strong trajectory. According to third-party researcher n-tech, by 2020 the electrochromic glass market should reach $3 billion in revenue and will keep growing to over $4 billion by 2023.

Add new comment