StarlightCorp has welcomed Bart Hensley in his new role as technician and thermal break specialist serving North America. In his new role, he will lead the effort to repair thermal break insertion machines of all brands, conduct preventive maintenance and implement improvements to enhance their performance. With an impressive 18 years’ experience as a thermal break polyamide supplier, Bart brings a tremendous amount of knowledge and expertise to his new role. His extensive background in the fenestration industry, specializing in designing and assisting customers with aluminum assembly challenges, solidifies StarlightCorp’s commitment to delivering exceptional customer support and performance. Raised in the small town of Gate City in southwest Virginia, Bart embodies the values of compassion, dedication, and a never-ending commitment of helping others. From an early age, he was taught the importance of going above and beyond, no matter what tasks he takes on. Bart takes immense pride in delivering exceptional results and finds true satisfaction in seeing a customer’s smile when their equipment is fixed and back in action. After completing his college education, Bart embarked on a journey with a curtainwall and skylight company for the commercial industry. Over time, his expertise broadened to focus on thermal break solutions, and for the past 18 years he has been an influential figure in the fenestration industry, providing design guidance and assisting customers with aluminum assembly issues. Joining StarlightCorp is an exciting opportunity for Bart to extend his expertise and support to customers across North America. His extended knowledge and dedication will allow StarlightCorp to provide extraordinary service to customers, ensuring that their operations continue to run smoothly.
StarlightCorp is a provider of innovative solutions in the field of thermal break machines to businesses across North America as an official supplier of Oemme products. It also provides technical support and training on all types of thermal break machines.
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