Shane Herendeen, new North American sales manager, fabrication for MC MachineryClick image to enlarge

Shane Herendeen has been promoted to North American sales manager for fabrication for MC Machinery, Wood Dale, IL.

Responsibilities will include working directly with the regional managers and dealers across North America, working internally with product development, as well as marketing and sales to increase market share. Herendeen has served as national sales manager for fabrication since 2010.

Prior to joining MC Machinery, Herendeen worked for a laser cutting distributor in the Midwest US. He also started his own company, Herendeen Consulting, in 2005.

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