Kebony appoints technical and special projects manager for U.S.

Matthew Hodjera joins Kebony U.S.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kebony today announced the appointment of Matthew Hodjera to the position of technical and special projects manager for the United States, according to Kebony U.S. manager Andy Hehl.

Hodjera, who’s had a professional relationship with Kebony since 2011, will be responsible for strengthening the scope and depth of service and support for Kebony’s fast-growing American AEC customer base. He will manage project-specific support, product resources, environmental and performance certifications, testing and development.

“Having Matthew on our U.S. team is a natural,” Hehl said. “Not only did he help bring Kebony to the States in the first place, his overall knowledge of our industry is expert-level.”

Originally from Toronto, Hodjera has extensive experience in both the architecture/design and international business worlds. Prior to joining Kebony, for nearly eight years he was principal of Hodjera Architectural Products, where he identified, sourced, and supplied modern, sustainable and dynamic products and finishes for today’s commercial interiors.

Prior to that he was director of international sales and distribution for Lumicor, a major manufacturer of architectural resin panels. Under Hodjera’s direction, Lumicor’s International Division was the fastest growing business unit in the company. Hodjera currently resides in Seattle.

 

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