New hires at Tungaloy Canada: Michael Paterson (left) and Blake Musson.Click image to enlarge

Tungaloy has added Michael Paterson to its Quebec team as sales and application engineer.

 Paterson completed his Mechanical Engineering Technician collegiate degree at the Cégep de Sherbooke in 2013, with a focus on machining. He gained experience in the machining industry while working in multiple job shops with conventional and CNC machines. He went on to pursue his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at the École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS) in 2017.

Tungaloy has also added Blake Musson to its roster as sales and application representative for the Windsor area. Musson has 20 years’ experience in the machining and quality fields, and also brings his experience as proprietor of a CNC job shop. Musson was born and raised in Windsor, attended St. Clair College, and completed his apprenticeship as a journeyman tool and die maker.

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