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Hurco Companies Inc.,Indianapolis, IN, has announced several promotions. Joe Braun has been named vice president of marketing and product management. Scott Camloh is the new national sales manager, and Cory Miller has been hired as general manager of Hurco North America.

Joe Braun has worked at Hurco since April 2009, but has been selling Hurco CNC machines since 1990 as the co-owner of Braun Machinery in Michigan. Prior to his current position as vice president, he was the manager of distributor development for Hurco North America from 2010 to 2013 and was promoted to general manager of Hurco North America in 2013.

Scott Camloh has been with Hurco since 2006 and served as the regional sales manager for the Eastern United States. Prior to Hurco, Camloh gained 25 years of experience in CNC project engineering, manufacturing production management, and machine tool sales.

Cory Miller has been hired to serve as the general manager of Hurco North America. Miller returns to Hurco after accumulating 10 years of leadership experience, at various machine tool builders and accessory companies, most recently as general manager of Bucci Industries

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