Volume 11, Issue 3 - May/June 2007
CPFilms will provide training to Ford service staff and technicians to install LLumar kits in several Ford models. The 109 dealerships will offer five types of LLumar window film: three that provide solar protection and two that provide security as well as solar control.
Alexander Proskuryakov, CPFilms’ sales manager for Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, says the use of automotive window film is a growing trend in Russia, as consumers see that it can enhance the appearance, performance, safety and security of their vehicles. www.llumar.com
Panorama® Dealers Meet in San Diego
The company’s Outstanding Business Growth award was presented to Matthew Erbrick and Robin Staveley of United Home Solutions in Alpharetta, Ga. Eannarino of New England Sun Control was also recognized as the 2006 Panorama Hilite Dealer of the Year.
In January 2007, Jeffrey Plummer, former vice president of sales and marketing for Bekaert Specialty Films, opened Global Window Films of Florida. Plummer also teamed up with industry veteran Phillip Hollocher to establish Global Window Films of Texas, which opened in March 2007 and serves dealers in Texas and Louisiana. Hollocher also previously was involved in sales for Bekaert in China and Latin America.
Global has added Raymundo Moreno to head up distribution of Global Window Films in Mexico through his company, Solar Control Films SA.
Advanced Technology Films (ATF) is the new distributor for Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, North Dakota and South Dakota. www.globalwindowfilms.com