Terry Kunath joins DiPaolo Machine ToolsClick image to enlarge

Terry Kunath has joined DiPaolo Machine Tools as an applications engineer.

He has 25 years of experience working for machine tool builders and machine tool distributors. 

“I am excited to start a new challenge within DiPaolo and look forward to working with the team to further develop their already extensive product and service range. I am fortunate to be joining such a respected company that prides itself on top quality service.”

Nelson Martins notes that “Terry’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge has already made him a key addition to the DiPaolo family. We view his appointment as a sign of our commitment to being the leading company in our industry. Our new innovations and the increasing demand from our customers makes Terry the perfect addition to our team as he fits in with our ethos of innovation and exceptional service. We feel very fortunate to acquire someone of Terry’s caliber to fulfill this role. I’m confident that Terry will play a key role in providing and implementing high quality solutions for our clients.”

 

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