Mark Cadogan, right, welcomes Frederic Nadeau to the Delcam familyClick image to enlargeDelcam has opened an office for French-speaking Canada, based in Quebec.

By opening this new office, Delcam looks to accelerate its mission to provide products, solutions and services in CAD/CAM to meet and facilitate the growth of its customer base in Quebec and the whole of French-speaking Canada.

To support this new office, Delcam has brought on board the skilled staff of its former reseller, Technologies C.F.A.O. Inc.. The new office joins the existing sales, support and training network for Canada in Windsor and Toronto. The other direct offices in North America are located in Salt Lake City, UT, Fort Washington, PA, Rockford, IL, and Pasadena, CA.

"We look forward to providing steady growth in Quebec through the quality of training and technical support offered through this team of young and dynamic experts," commented Mark Cadogan,vvice president at Delcam North America. "We are pleased to have the team join the rest of the Delcam family and are excited to provide our customers with the highest level of support and service from the whole Delcam organization."

Frederic Nadeau, who has been appointed account manager at Delcam Quebec, said, "our team has been able to build great customer relationships with many companies in the Quebec region that specialize in the design and manufacture of molds, dies and patterns as well as general precision machining, mechanical repair and fabrication through sales and support of Delcam products, including PowerMILL, PowerSHAPE, ArtCAM and FeatureCAM.

"By joining the world's largest specialist supplier of machining software, we will now be able to expand far beyond our initial customer base to provide solutions to many of the larger companies in the area, especially those in the aerospace industry. Our goal is to be able to exceed the high levels of quality and consistency that customers demand in the aerospace industry by providing them Delcam's years of experience in customized solutions for this market. By joining Delcam, we will be able to provide Quebec with outstanding support and expertise. We are excited about the future and what we can offer companies in the region both large and small that are looking for solutions to reduce design and manufacturing times while guaranteeing the highest level of quality."


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