Hoffmann Green strengthens its team inn Ile-de-France Region.

Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies is strengthening its teams in Île-de-France Region and announces the arrival of François Simon as technical and commercial specifier for the region and Aysel Noksan as Project Coordination Manager for the Paris region. These new hires come at a time when the company has just opened offices in Paris. This is a new step in supporting its clients and current and future projects in the region.

François Simon, 37 years old, joins the sales team as a technical and commercial promoter for the Ile-de-France region, working with clients, project managers and design offices. François has always worked in the building and civil engineering sector. Since 2014, he has been head of the testing department at CERIB, and in 2017 he became branch manager of ID contrôles.

He will be responsible for listing Hoffmann Green cements in the Île-de-France region. His work will focus on canvassing the main players in the construction industry and coordinating technical studies and prices in order to respond appropriately to the demands of future partners and customers.

Aysel Noksan, 36 years old, has joined the team in charge of quality as Project Coordination Manager for the Ile-de-France region. She will assist construction professionals on the sites to ensure the proper implementation of Hoffmann concretes. Aysel has worked in various laboratories specializing in concrete and construction mortars. Her expertise will reinforce our quality policy and support our customers directly on the construction sites.

Julien Blanchard and David Hoffmann, co-founders of Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies, said: “We are very pleased to welcome François and Aysel to our team. These recruitments will enable the company to accelerate its development in the Parisian region by being closer to its customers. This is a new step for the company to establish itself in the heart of one of the most dynamic regions in terms of construction and thus actively participate in the development of a low-carbon economy in the construction sector. “