Matt Seessle joins Haimer in CanadaClick image to enlarge

Haimer USA is expanding its sales and service support in Canada with the appointment of Matt Seesle, who has joined the company as the dedicated Canadian applications sales specialist.

He will be providing sales and technical support for Haimer's Canadian customers throughout the country. He has more than 40 years of experience in the manufacturing industry, nine of which were in the toolholding sector.

“Matt has a great deal of experience in the industry and a vast knowledge of the Canadian market. We are overjoyed to have him as a part of our sales team and are greatly looking forward to our continued growth in North America,” says Brendt Holden, president of Haimer USA. “As we continue to expand with a more focused presence in Canada, we are able to show our increased support of all markets.”

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