Thrace LINQ’s geosynthetics team is growing, this time with the addition of industry veteran David Zill. He brings more than two decades of experience in sales and management. He’ll serve as Thrace LINQ’s Western Regional Manager – Geosynthetics.
Zill’s hiring is part of a re-energized approach for the larger Thrace Group to the marketplace. In late 2016, for example, the Thrace Group added veteran Steve Lothspeich as its Director of Engineering.
The company referred to Zill as “a proven leader” in a statement on his addition to the team and noted that “David Zill will play a major role in expanding Thrace Group’s market share in North America by identifying opportunities, advancing products, propel revenue and strengthen long-term customer relationships.”
Zill has previously held roles with companies such as Tenax, Fiberweb, Intermountain Materials, and GeoSupply.
The Thrace Group will be an active part of Geotechnical Frontiers 2017, which takes place 12 – 15 March 2017. Visit the company in Booth #408.
Thrace-Linq is an international manufacturing of geosynthetics with a significant presence in woven and nonwoven geotextiles. Key markets include civil infrastructure (e.g., roads, railways), industrial engineering, mining, agriculture, and more. Learn more at www.thracelinq.com.
The Thrace Group operates companies in 11 countries, specializing in the production and trade of PP, PET & PE products. The Group operates 14 plants with 28 different production technologies in 5 countries (Greece, Scotland, Bulgaria, Romania and U.S.A.) and has Trading Companies in 6 countries (Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Serbia, China and Australia). Learn more at www.thracegroup.com.1