Clearview National January 2018 - Issue 194 - Page 77

MOVERS&SHAKERS Senior Operations Manager sets the scene for future growth » » SASH WINDOW specialists Roseview have boosted their factory team with an experienced new appointment. Simon Liversidge joins the fast-growing fabricator as Senior Operations Manager, charged with maintaining and increasing manufacturing efficiency, ensuring quality, and facilitating the innovation and painstaking attention to detail that have made Roseview’s name. After working at one of the country’s biggest composite door suppliers, Simon brings a wealth of experience to the table and is already making his mark. “I’m delighted to be joining one of the most respected brands in UK fenestration. For over forty years, Roseview have established themselves as the unrivalled leaders in PVCu sash windows,” Simon comments. Roseview’s Rose Collection is the leading uPVC vertical-sliding sash window range in the UK. The Charisma Rose takes the competitively-priced Eurocell system and turns it into an impeccably stylish timber-effect sash window perfect for new build and commercial projects. The Heritage Rose, accepted in conservation areas as discerning as Cambridge, Worcester, and Kensington and Chelsea, is near- indistinguishable from timber – while the G-Award-winning Ultimate Rose is the most authentic uPVC sash window available anywhere in the world. PETE FOCUSES ON NEW BUSINESS » » TROJAN MANUFACTURING GROUP has announced the appointment of Pete Niblock as Key Accounts Manager. Pete’s role is focused on new business generation and working with existing key accounts within the Trojan network. Pete has over 32 years’ experience in the industry and will be a familiar face to many having worked in a variety of senior roles with well-respected companies. Pete is delighted to be joining Trojan, saying: “I am pleased to join Trojan at such an exciting time. The company is renowned for its product innovation and has recently launched several new market-leading products. Having something different to offer the industry makes a refreshing change. I’m looking forward to being part of such a forward-thinking company.” Pete will report directly to Martin Marron, Trojan’s Managing Director, who is equally delighted that Pete is joining the company. “Pete brings a wealth of experience to the business and we are looking forward to working together with both myself and the rest of our team. We have worked hard to deliver high levels of support and service to our existing customers and this will continue,” states Martin. TRIBUTE FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT » » IT WAS A MEMORABLE EVENING AT the G17 Awards at Park Lane Hilton as Greg O’Donoghue received The GGF Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding contribution to the industry. As well as being major sponsors for the event the GGF decided to mark its 40th anniversary year with this special Lifetime Achievement Award. Given his exceptional list of achievements for the industry such as being a co-founder of FENSA - the competent persons’ scheme, and ensuring glazing was included in the TrustMark scheme, Greg deservedly won the award after 35 years in the industry during which he has become one of the most influential individuals in the domestic glazing sector. In 2000, Greg was elected GGF President and then in 2002 as Chairman of FENSA he negotiated with Government to bring about legislative change which has proved to be for the benefit of the entire industry and consumers. On winning the award Greg commented: “I am truly stunned but delighted to have won this award. I can only thank my colleagues at Just Windows and Doors and all those connected to the GGF.” C L E A RV I E W-U K . C O M » J A N 2018 » 77