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Sandvik Coromant Canada has announced the promotion of Nick Tomac to the position of MTS specialist – Ontario.

Tomac joined the company in May 2016 as technical sales representative. Before his current appointment, he was promoted to account manager, aerospace for Ontario.

Before joining Sandvik Coromant, Tomac worked as a tool & die maker for PWO Canada, Magna International and Lear Corp., before joining Tungaloy America as a sales engineer and machining consultant.

He is also a continuing education instructor at Conestoga College in Kitchener, ON, where he teaches Manufacturing, Manufacturing Processes, Engineering Design Methodologies and Failure Analysis/Prevention.

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