Jeremy Corneil was promoted to divisional sales manager at Iscar Tools Inc. Click image to enlargeCanada’s manufacturers have been running at full capacity despite fears that the manufacturing sector will suffer from the extended economic impacts of a lockdown.

In an effort to continue servicing this unexpectedly booming sector, tooling provider Iscar is adding to its Canadian roster to boost its services for existing and new clients.

Jeremy Corneil has been promoted to divisional sales manager at Iscar Tools Inc. With more than 15 years’ experience, Corneil first started with Iscar as a technical sales representative before moving into the role of milling product manager. In his newly appointed role, he will oversee day-to-day sales operations in both the Ontario and Maritime markets. He is meticulous when it comes to strategies and team building, while capitalizing on the experiences he’s gathered servicing each machining sector. 

Darryl Latoski is Iscar Canada's new Milling Product ManagerClick image to enlargeReplacing Corneil as milling manager will be Darryl Latoski. With more than 20 years’ experience in the manufacturing industry and an integral part of the ISCAR team since 2008. Latoski previous held a very technical sales position with ISCAR, servicing customers with a wide range of manufacturing needs from major sectors including Automotive, Aerospace, Mold and Die and General Engineering.

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