Volume 15, Issue 2 - March/April 2013
COMINGS AND GOINGS
Radcliff Appointed New Global After-Market Commercial Director for
Radcliff entered the industry in 1991 with Essex Specialty Products, a subsidiary of the Dow Chemical Co., working in North American Japanese transnational accounts. He has held numerous sales management roles over the past 21 years, with a focus on Asia Pacific sales for the company. Radcliff has also held sales manager roles for the company’s General Motors account as well as its Japanese, Korean and European accounts.
Jentoft now works for the company’s performance, systems and automotive solutions business managing its polyplan division.
Binswanger Glass Names New Manager for Virginia
Prior to joining Binswanger, White held several senior positions at former Binswanger parent company Vitro America for more than 33 years, including director of fabrication processes and area manager. White, who most recently served as branch manager at Binswanger’s Richardson, Texas, location, will be in charge of the day-to-day operations of the nine locations in the company's Virginia region.
Quest Hires Robert Yack
Yack previously has found success with multiple start-up companies that provide claims administration to insurance carriers.
Fox’s company will offer a full line of glass services including chip and crack repair, rain repellant, wiper blades and headlight restoration. Fox says 5 percent of the company’s earnings will be donated to local charities.
“Our focus is on the customer experience by providing a one-stop shop attended by trained professionals utilizing a properly equipped mobile shop,” says Fox.
Chuck Bibbiano Joins Windshield Centers
Bibbiano joins Sherry Stallings who began working at Windshield Centers in December. David Rohlfing announced the opening of the company in October.