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MicroStep is expanding its North American presence with the launch of a new subsidiary, MicroStep USA. The Slovakian based manufacturer of CNC cutting machines such as plasma and oxyfuel machines, laser utting, waterjet and pipe and profile cutting machines, expanded in Canada in 2015 with the opening of its Canadian subsidiary, MicroStep Canada, headed by president Kal Shergill and based in Burlington, ON.

MicroStep USA officially launched late last year and is based in Gastonia, NC. The company's newest subsidiary will be headed by Viresh Sitapara, who worked for ESAB Welding & Cutting Products for more than 20 years before joining MicroStep.

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