Iscar Canada management reorganizationClick image to enlarge

Iscar Canada has reorganized its management team.

Tom Hagan is the new divisional sales manager. Previously the milling product manager, he has been with Iscar for 19 years. Jeremy Corneil succeeds Hagan as milling product manager. He has eight years of experience in the cutting tools industry.

Tom HaganClick image to enlarge  Jeremy CorneilClick image to enlarge

Rob Patyna, who was in technical sales and has 14 years of industry experience, is now the Western Canadian sales manager.

Rob PatynaClick image to enlarge

Ashok Guruswamy, previously an area sales manager who has 23 years of experience in the cutting tool industry, is the new product manager for non-rotating tools.

Ashok GuruswamyClick image to enlarge

Steve Geisel has been appointed technical marketing manager. Previously the senior product manager, he has 26 years of metalworking industry experience, with the last 20 years at Iscar.

Steve GeiselClick image to enlarge

Dave Vetrecin retains his role as the rotating tools product manager.

Dave VetrecinClick image to enlarge

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