Scott Lowe to manage Canada US sales for Emuge FrankenClick image to enlarge

Emuge Franken has announced the promotion of Scott Lowe to national sales manager for the US and Canada.

In his new position, Lowe is responsible for leading the Emuge-Franken North America sales organization to support customers and distributor partners, and to grow market share.

Prior to his promotion, Lowe was the national accounts manager for the US and Canada for approximately two years.

“I am very pleased to announce Scott’s promotion to national sales manager, which will provide strong leadership to our sales organization,” said Bob Hellinger, president, of Emuge-Franken North America. “Scott has well over two decades of combined sales management experience and cutting tool technical skills which make him an ideal choice for this position.”

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