Jean DuBois is EMEC's newest member of its Quebec teamClick image to enlargeEMEC Machine Tools Inc., has announced the addition of Jean DuBois as an area sales manager serving Quebec. DuBois will be responsible for covering eastern/northern Quebec and the Maritime provinces.

“Jean brings with him many years of experience and success within the manufacturing and machine tool industries and has worked hard to earn the trust and respect of all of his customers over the years. We welcome Jean on board and look forward to his continued success for many years to come,” says Tejal Mehta, vice-president of operations and owner at EMEC Machine Tools Inc.

In the Quebec market, EMEC represents Okuma, Tsugami, Soraluce and Milltronics.

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