Joel Radner, sales manager for round tools for Seco Tools Click image to enlarge

Joel Radner has been named sales manager for round tools in North America for Seco Tools.

 He brings more than seven years of Seco experience, having previously served as the company's market segment specialist for aerospace and power generation.

In his new role, he will be responsible for all North American sales activities as they pertain to the company’s solid round tool product offerings, which include items from the Jabro and Niagara Cutter lines.

He will be responsibility for establishing realistic sales goals, maximizing sales revenues and managing sales personnel.

Radner began his Seco career in April 2008, as a technical specialist responsible for the application and sale of indexable solid carbide cutting tools in the Northeastern portion of the United States.

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