Adam Dimitroff joins MC Machinery's Canadian operations as sales repClick image to enlargeAdam Dimitroff has joined MC Machinery as a regional sales representative in Canada for EDM and machining.

Dimitroff has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Guelph and several years of international experience in CNC/machining applications engineering, technical support and sales.

“Adam’s background, knowledge and relationship-building skills will be a tremendous asset to our EDM and milling customers in Canada,” said MC Machinery Regional Sales Manager Carl O’Brien. “With a deep understanding of machining technologies from design through implementation, he is adept at finding solutions that lead to greater productivity and profitability.”

Based in Toronto, Dimitroff covers the Greater Toronto Area and the Niagara Peninsula in southern Ontario.

“My goal is to promote new EDM and machining technologies to benefit MC Machinery customers, which will strengthen Canadian manufacturing as a whole,” Dimitroff said.

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