Rehau welcomes new Vice President
Published on :Friday, October 8, 2021
Rehau recently made it official that Xavier LeBlanc will join as the Vice President of Windows Solutions. With over 20 years of experience in the building materials manufacturing industry LeBlanc will join his new position. He holds an established track record in market-share growth and cost-effective sales to his credit. LeBlanc received his MBA from the Smeal College of Business at UPenn and holds a master’s degree in Marketing from Science-Po University in France. Most recently, he has been holding the designation of the Director of Strategy and Business Development for Certain Teed.
The Rehau Window Solutions (WS) Division reinvents windows and doors every day for people and their lives. And with sole recycling approach Eco Puls stands for an unrivalled sustainability concept within the window industry. As a founder of sustainable window solutions, REHAU WS is the leading authority for holistic system solutions along the entire value chain.
From edge bands to tambour doors, surfaces to wall seal profiles and plinth covers, products of REHAU are developed with a goal to find the perfect combination of quality and style. They also provide customers the provision to shape their components the way they want. That’s how REHAU turns its customer’s dreams into reality.
Dr. Thomas Troeger, CEO of Rehau Americas said that Xavier has worked with different managerial teams to build up their product portfolio, penetrate new markets and lead new strategic directions. He also expressed his joy to welcome Xavier to Rehau. Troeger is confident about LeBlanc’s broad range of experience in business development, product management and marketing skills. All these qualities will play a key role in keeping their Window Solutions division at the vanguard of emerging trends.
LeBlanc stated that he feels honored to join the dedicated and passionate team at Rehau and to help build on the solid foundation toward continued growth and innovation that the Window Solutions division has been developing for decades.
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