MONTREAL, Oct. 11, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Mondo, the global leader in the rubber contract flooring market, has appointed Louis D. Soscia Northeast regional manager. Soscia brings to the Mondo contract flooring team more than 20 years of executive sales and management experience in the resilient commercial flooring industry. He will be responsible for all sales of the company’s contract rubber flooring products in the northeastern United States.
“Lou’s business acumen and relevant experience will enable us to better serve our customers in the education, architectural and design communities in the northeastern United States,” said Scott Macrury, vice president, sales and operations, Mondo America, Inc. “Hiring top-caliber professionals with Lou’s work ethic and level of professionalism demonstrates Mondo’s commitment to delivering exceptional products and service to our customers across the country.”
Soscia reports to Macrury and joins Anna Kearns, Mid-Atlantic regional manager, and Darin Horsley, Southeast regional manager, on the company’s East Coast sales team.
“With its sustainable product line, Mondo has an incredible opportunity to increase its market share on the East Coast, especially in New York and Boston, which are important cities for us,” said Soscia. “It’s exciting to be part of a world-class company dedicated to developing products that are environmentally friendly and backing that up with outstanding service and support.”
Mondo is the global leader in the rubber contract flooring market, manufacturing high-quality surfaces to meet the most stringent quality and environmental standards. Through decades of experience and internal and external research and development, Mondo has engineered contract rubber flooring that is durable, comfortable, easy to maintain, hygienic, safe and environmentally responsible, making it ideal for education, health care and corporate environments.
Mondo is committed to producing surfaces that do not harm the environment from the time the raw materials are harvested through production and to disposal following their useful lives, which can be 20 years or more. The company works with GREENGUARD Environmental Institute and the U.S. Green Building Council to ensure the sustainability of its products, which incorporate rapidly renewable raw and synthetic rubber, natural fillers and color pigments, are not on any building material red lists, and contribute to builders’ LEED initiatives.
Mondo is a registered trademark of Mondo.
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