Hoerning expands international training at Laticrete

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Bethany, Conn.—Laticrete announced Wayne Hoerning has filled the newly created position of international sales support and training manager. The position aims to strengthen the company’s focus on training, education and technical support in international markets. His most recent position was with the United Distributors Tile Group.

A former employee, Hoerning began his career with Laticrete technical services in 1993 and worked his way to superior of the division during his eight years here. He left in 2001 for the International Masonry Institute in New York and worked as its marketing director, followed by four-years as a product specialist for Ardex in the Northeast, where he was responsible for introducing a new product line to architects, distributors and installers across 17 territories.

“Hoerning has a vast amount of experience in the technical aspects of installing tile and stone from his time here at Laticrete,” said Faisal Saleem, director, International Business Development. “He’s continued in the industry with high-level positions in construction, consulting and sales ever since. These are all skills that will certainly help us in our training, education and support efforts in overseas markets. Laticrete places a high level of importance on training and has proven this to be very successful.”

For more information, contact Laticrete at 203.393.0010.

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