Epwin Window Systems has further strengthened its technical sales team with the appointment of Neville Gleed as Technical Development Manager for Stellar, the multi award-winning retail aluminium system.
Commenting on Neville’s appointment, Paul Booth, Design Director (aluminium) at Epwin Window Systems, said: “We are delighted to welcome Neville to the team. He’s highly experienced in the industry and his expertise will be invaluable as we continue to grow Stellar’s customer base.”
Neville commented: “Epwin Window Systems is a well-established name in the industry and is supported by a great team of people. It’s an exciting time to be joining Epwin Window Systems with its continued investment across the business to support its customers. I am delighted to have joined the company.”
He added: “I have been impressed with Stellar since its launch. It’s one of the few purposely designed aluminium systems for the domestic market without any workarounds. The unique patented reverse butt joint and pre-gaskets make it the go-to system for installers as it’s so easy to fit and delivers the best in streamlined aesthetics. Plus the system was ready in advance for Part L thanks to its future-proofed design, and will be ready for future legislation too.”
Neville will be a familiar face to many because he is no stranger to the window industry. He has worked for several high-profile businesses in the sector since the 1980s and brings a great deal of insight and experience with him.
Neville’s role will be to support Stellar’s growing customer base. He will be involved with new business development and customer set-ups, helping to ensure new fabricators can hit the ground running. He will also work closely with the management teams on ongoing R&D and new product development projects. He reports directly to Paul Booth.
Epwin Window Systems is the UK’s leading systems companies. Its award-winning systems means it attracts and retains the industry’s best and brightest talent, which in
turn adds value to its customers’ businesses. It’s something that’s perfectly demonstrated in Neville’s appointment.