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Pyroguard strengthens presence in the Nordics

Pyroguard, the world’s leading independent supplier of fire safety glass, has significantly strengthened its presence in the Nordic region through the appointment of Elvedin Ramic as Technical Sales Manager.

Elvedin Ramic - Technical Sales Manager for Nordics

Forming another strategic move in Pyroguard’s continued international expansion programme, Elvedin’s appointment not only contributes a wealth of experience but also coincides with excellent extensions to the company’s fire test database. This comprehensive bank of test evidence now includes the market leading framing manufacturers; Schüco, SAPA and Stålprofil.

Speaking about the appointment, Steve Goodburn, Business Development Director at Pyroguard said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Elvedin to the team. In his position as Technical Sales Manager, he will play a fundamental role in strengthening our existing customer relationships and further establishing Pyroguard in the Nordic region.

“Having previously worked with Reynaers, Purso, Hydro and Elitfonster, Elvedin brings a real wealth of framing fabrication experience and expertise to our regional team. This together with the recent extensions to our fire test evidence places us in a very strong market position and will enable us to provide comprehensive and locally based system support.”

As a global supplier and manufacturer of cuttable and toughened fire safety glass, Pyroguard’s portfolio of solutions are installed and specified on projects all around the world. Pyroguard has revenue in over 40 countries, as well as international local customer support teams, with a strong market share across Europe.

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