Dan Mazerolle new product support specialist with CenterLine (Windsor)Click image to enlargeDan Mazerolle has been appointed product support specialist at CenterLine (Windsor) Ltd., Windsor, ON.

 He has close to 31 years of industry experience with an extensive technical and manufacuring background. A graduate of St. Clair College, he has his Tool & Die certificate. He will be providing support to CenterLine customers with an emphasis on consumable welding product applications.

CenterLine (Windsor) Ltd.

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