Scott Lowe NR EmugeClick image to enlargeEmuge Corp. has appointed Scott Lowe as national accounts manager for Canada and the U.S.

In his new position, Lowe is responsible for developing and managing channel partner relations with key customers, distributors and integrated suppliers of Emuge products.

“I am very pleased to welcome Scott to Emuge to further strengthen our sales organization and market share in the evolving product distribution landscape,” said Mr. Bob Hellinger, president of Emuge Corp. “He brings with him valuable management and cutting tool experience, working for over 25 years with sales and distribution in metalworking manufacturing.”

Prior to joining Emuge, Lowe spent 13 years working for Kennametal, a supplier of tooling and industrial materials, mostly recently as sales manager and sr. applications engineer. Prior to Kennametal, Lowe held a territory sales role at cutting tool manufacturer Guhring. Early in his career, Lowe was a machinist at General Electric.

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