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Mazak Corp. Canada, Cambridge, ON, is expanding its sales force to provide stronger support to its growing customer base in Ontario. Among the new sales team are three recently hired sales representatives: Bob Kanarek, Martin Craven and Darcy Ball.

"Ontario has extremely competitive and complex automotive and aerospace industry sectors that requires the use of very sophisticated machines and manufacturing systems," says Ray Buxton, general manager of Mazak Corp. Canada. "Bob, Martin and Darcy have exactly what it takes to work closely with these types of customers and assist them in optimizing their operations and growing their competitive advantage. We are thrilled to have these highly experienced gentlemen on our team."

The new team will have the support of Mazak Canada's headquarters and Technology Centre. As a result, Mazak says customers will benefit from the largest support infrastructure of any machine tool manufacturer in Canada. Mazak's Technology Centre is one of eight regional technology centres Mazak Corp. operates in North America. Yamazaki Mazak Corp. operates 36 worldwide technology centres.

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