Rajinder Sokhi is the new product manager at Isover.

Isover lays foundations for future with new appointments

Published:  19 November, 2013

Insulation manufacturer Saint-Gobain Isover is preparing for future development with the appointment of two new product managers – Graeme Greenwood and Rajinder Sokhi.

The new team members will work closely with the research department to direct the development and marketing of new insulation systems.

Mr Greenwood joins Isover from Exel Technology Group, where he was responsible for the product marketing of software applications. Prior to this, he spent more than three years at Clinical Solutions as a product manager for decision support software for the healthcare industry. At Isover, he will be responsible for product management for newbuild non-residential and technical applications.

Previously responsible for marketing and new product development (NPD) at Sofidel UK, Mr Sokhi also has extensive experience of product management. In his new position as product manager at Isover, he will play a key role in pricing and marketing activity, as well as NPD, for renovation applications.

Of his new position, Mr Greenwood said: “Isover has a fantastic reputation for producing innovative materials that meet the needs of its customers, as well as meeting and exceeding building regulations, and I am looking forward to helping to continue the company’s development.”

Mr Sokhi added: “This is an exciting time to be part of the construction industry. Isover has a real commitment to being a leader in the insulation market and developing high-performance products, and it is great to have the opportunity to be part of such an ambitious organisation.”

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