Dal-Tile changes reflect Marazzi integration

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dal-tileDallas—According to a letter to customers, Dal-Tile has made organizational changes as part of its integration of tile maker Marazzi with Daltile. 
Gianni Mattioli, who was previously president and CEO of The Marazzi Group’s U.S. business, is now leading all of Dal-Tile’s marketing and research and development functions.

Also, Jim Fanning will lead the company’s home center and distributor sales segment. 
Jon Shedlosky will manage relationships with American AOlean distributors; Hector Narvaez will have responsibility for Marazzi- and Ragno-brand distributors; and Sandra Reilly will continue to have oversight for all home center sales.

John Cousins will lead the sales service center and field sales network across all the brands; Daltile, Marazzi, American Olean and Ragno.

 

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