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David Andrews has been appointed general manager of Sandvik Coromant Canada, effective immediately.

Andrews will have accountability for planning and execution of the Sandvik Coromant Canada business strategy and will be a key driver of the Canadian business.

Andrews graduated from the Manufacturing Engineering Diploma program at Fanshawe College and has more than 20 years of experience within the Sandvik Coromant Canada organization. He has served in many different roles including Sales, Engineering and Product Management. Most recently, he held the role of regional business manager, Western Ontario.

Recruitment for Andrews' successor in the Western Ontario sales region is underway.

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