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Laura Weil appointed new president of MasterGrain Doors
August 10, 2021 By MasterGrain Doors
MasterGrain Doors is pleased to announce the appointment of Laura Weil as the organization’s next president. Weil brings to the position a wealth of knowledge and an array of experience in the fenestration industry, on a provincial and national level. She will join MasterGrain Doors on September 8th, 2021.
Preceding this role, Laura Weil held the position of Vice-President of Euro+Glasshaus Windows & Doors and continues to hold the role of 2nd Vice-President of Fenestration Canada.
Weil feels this is a tremendous opportunity to contribute to the sustainability and growth of the fiberglass market within the industry. “My roots are in Canadian window and door manufacturing and MasterGrain Doors is known in the industry to have a vertically integrated manufacturing process and supply chain that ultimately brings refined fiberglass doors to an array of market sectors. I’ve admired MasterGrain Doors and Weber Technologies for years, so it is an honour to be selected to lead this exceptional team.”
Weil will oversee developing, refining, and executing MasterGrain Doors’ sales and marketing strategy while positioning the company for continued long-term growth. Weil will also be overseeing the operations of the MasterGrain Door manufacturing facility and ensuring exceptional product quality.
John Martini, the current President of MasterGrain Doors, will be staying on with the company in a supporting role as Executive Vice-President and will be continuing with sales and product development initiatives. “I am thrilled to have Laura come on board as our next President. I am sure Laura will continue on with a well-executed growth strategy that will always include YOU the customer as our primary focus. Congratulations Laura!
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Master Grain doesn’t care about their customers. We had a door installed recently that is clearly flawed, the transom has a bow in it and the door groans when it open or closes. On August 10 I wrote to Master Grain to inquire how the door might be fixed. On August 11 a Sales Rep did a site visit and confirmed that the door is faulty. Since then. Nothing. The Sales Rep claims he is not avoiding us. But it has been over a month since I first contacted the company and they have done nothing.