Sohail Naroo, Bystronic CanadaClick image to enlarge

Bystronic Canada Ltd. has announced the addition of Sohail Naroo to its Canadian division as direct sales engineer.

Sohail will be responsible for northern and central Ontario and the greater Toronto area. He has more than 20 years of diverse manufacturing, engineering, and project management experience, having previously worked with top OEMs in the material handling industry.
“Over the course of his career, Sohail has built his reputation on a customer-first approach: consulting with clients, identifying their needs, then using his manufacturing and capital acquisitions experience to find the best solutions,” Bystronic said in announcing the appointment. “Sohail’s CNC manufacturing and managerial skills will further strengthen Bystronic Canada’s presence as a leader in the local markets.”

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