Bystronic Canada's most recent hire is located in Montreal.Click image to enlargeBystronic Canada has announced the appointment of Ed Bonarek as Direct Sales Engineer for Western Quebec, headquarterd in Montreal.

Bonarek brings more than 30 years of sales and customer service experience in the food and packing, HVAC and manufacturing industries representing several well-known international corporations, including ITW and Finn Power.

His positive, pro-active attitude and combination of industry expertise, equipment and systems knowledge, and the skills developed as a team leader and sales executive will add a lot of value for Bystronic customers the the western Quebec region. 

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