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Tube and flat sheet processing solutions manufacturer BLM Group USA has appointed Paul Maietta as regional sales manager for Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Maietta has over 30 years’ senior experience in manufacturing production and operations. Prior to joining BLM Group, he spent 20 years working at PLI Metal (Montréal), where he most recently served as general manager in charge of all aspects of the company’s metal processing operations. He has extensive experience with laser cutting and metal bending machines including installation, production launch and troubleshooting, as well as hands-on operation.

Maietta is fluent in English, French and Italian.

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