Leandro Pereira, new service manager for Bystronic CanadaClick image to enlarge

Leandro Pereira has joined Bystronic Canada as the new service manager.

Formerly with Bystronic Brazil, he succeeds Pat Galla, who has returned to Bystronic Inc.

Pereira has relocated from Brazil to Canada and has more than 15 years of industry experience, including working with companies in manufacturing, automation and CNC machinery.

He joined Bystronic in 2008 as a field service engineer and then worked as a member of the service hotline team.

 

 

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