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Joseph Tabri, the current president of Komet of Canada Tooling Solutions, has taken on added responsibilities wtih a new role as VP of sales for Komet of America. 

Tabri joined Komet of Canada in 2013 as president. He has taken on the additional duties with the Komet Group to help maintain and grow the sales network in the US, says the company. He'll work directly with the CEO of Komet Group Jan Pflugfelder.

Tabri will be responsible for overseeing the entire sales network in the US and Canada, as well as the business development team and Komet Service.

"We have a great experienced management team in sales as well as Komet Service and I look forward to working with this team toward greater success in the future, says Tabri.

 

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