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Nicolas Gaube has started a new position as technical sales representative at Schunk Intec Corp. in Mississauga, ON.

Gaube comes to Schunk from Ontario-based Woodstock Precision Machining, a provider of custom machinery, components and fabrications to industries including transportation, medical, energy production, forestry and oil/refinery, where he was project specialist. Prior to that, Gaube worked at metal manufacturing company Baumeier Corp. for several years, starting as assistant shop manager and later becoming manager of machining operations.

Gaube’s other experience includes a range of CNC machining positions with companies across Canada.

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