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Ogilvie to Retire, Moss Appointed President of Rockwool North America


Rockwool Group announces that Trent Ogilvie, president of Rockwool North America, has elected to retire after 25 years, and Rory Moss, who currently serves as managing director, Rockwool Nordics, will step into the role of president of Rockwool North America effective April 1, 2020.

   

Ogilvie built up the North American business from a small, unprofitable operation with 60 employees in 1995 to one with 1,000 employees and sales in the several hundred-million-dollar range today. After turning around the Toronto facility, he presided over continued expansion.

   

Moss, who began his Rockwool career in 2007 as vice president for retail sales in North America, where he developed the residential business in Canada and executed a successful growth-driven strategy in the United States. In 2014, Moss became managing director in Rockwool UK, where he led the profitable turnaround and growth of the UK and Ireland business. In 2017, he took over responsibility for the Nordics business, aligning a commercially-centric approach and heading the Rockwool Nordics sustainability initiatives.

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