The Association of glazing and fenestration of Quebec welcomed a new president, Frederic Grondin. Grondin has been the sales director at Robover for the last 16 years and brings years of experience in the industry to his new role.
Grondin studied Industrial Management in college and worked at Laflamme Windows & Doors in production planning, customer service and finally as a sales representative. He helped launch Val-Alain Door and Windows, a business specialized in manufacturing screen mesh and components.
“From my career in the industry since the age of 20, I know how important it is for members of the industry to have a reference. They want a source that can provide information and knowledge to either small and medium-sized businesses, as they often lack the resources to be able to keep abreast of what is happening in the industry and what may affect them in the market,” wrote Grondin in a statement obtained by Glass Canada. “The AVFQ has become a must in terms of technical information, training on the various standards and procedures and we must continue to consolidate everything and take it even further. As President, I want to continue all the work already done in this direction and I would like to bring all our members together in a common objective, which is the sharing of knowledge so that our industry can continue to progress.”
Grondin was elected as President of the AVFQ’s Board of Directors for a two-year term.
“I have big shoes to fill looking at my predecessors, but I want to remain who I am, and my main goal is to get members to be more and more involved in their Association- AVFQ and be proud of it,” added Grondin.
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