The Wagner Companies Name Andrew Chatfield
Director of Architectural Glass Systems
February 17, 2010
Wagner Company recently created the new position of director of
architectural glass systems and has appointed Andrew Chatfield to
take on these new responsibilities. Originally from the United Kingdom
Chatfield has more than 25 years of technical and sales management
experience in the international glass hardware industry, and has
been affiliated with Dorma-Glas Geeze GmbH and WSS GmbH as a director
of its architectural glass systems.
"Wagner recently completed a deal with Linox Technology Pty
of Australia to distribute the Linox range of exterior and interior
hardware for glass assemblies, spider walls and interior sliding/pivoting
doors throughout North America as well as the Caribbean," Chatfield
tells USGNN.com. "In order to support this product range
I have been brought on to develop sales and provide a strong technical
background, which specifiers and architects can draw upon."
In his new position, Chatfield will be involved with the strategic
growth of the company's newly created department. He will focus
on stainless steel, structural glass assembly products produced
by Linox Technology.
"My new responsibilities will drive me toward the specification
of hardware solutions for clients encompassing not just the actual
hardware but the provision of engineering analysis, complimentary
products, custom solutions, product training and technical support,"
says Chatfield. "With the support of a well known and respected
family owned company behind me I am looking forward to developing
a center of excellence to which architects, specifiers and the glass
industry may refer to in order to develop the acceptance and use
of glass within buildings along with the correct specification of
hardware. Wagner has already made a significant investment in the
provision of inventory in which to support this new project and
I am confident the market will embrace the introduction of this
new service and the benefits it will bring."
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