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Rego-F has added Mark Ohlfest to the company’s OEM technical support team.

Ohlfest’s addition will help strengthen relationships with OEMs, the company said in making the announcement.

Ohlfest will work under Rego-Fix’s OEM team manager Bryan Bannister to help oversee all such business partnerships throughout North America. In his new position, Ohlfest will also provide support, assistance and collaboration with other members of the Rego-Fix global OEM team as needed.

“Our industry partners—machine tool builders and cutting tool manufacturers—rely on our products, and we offer these partners a specialized form of support as well as optimal toolholding,” said Bannister. “With Mark as part of the OEM Technical Support Team, we can further enrich these relationships and allow partners to ensure their customers receive the best possible service and support as well as the most advanced technology.”

Ohlfest has more than 30 years of experience in manufacturing, with expertise in CNC programming, mould design, applications engineering and account management. He has an extensive background in CNC programming, 2D and 3D CAM software, and high-speed three and five axis machining.

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