Philip Smith RenishawClick image to enlarge

Renishaw (Canada) Ltd. has undergone some management changes. Philip Smith is the new vice president of sales and marketing at Renishaw (Canada) Ltd.

He joined Renishaw in the UK in 1989 and has held various roles in design and product support at Renishaw in the UK, India and Hong Kong.

Renishaw's Jayden RodgersClick image to enlarge

Jayden Rogers is the new technical support manager. He joined the company in 2013 as a MTP retrofit application specialist.

Renishaw's Karim JassirClick image to enlarge

Karim Jassir has joined the company as marketing coordinator and will support Smith in sales and marketing activities.

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