Martin Craven is the new president of SST CanadaClick image to enlarge

Robert Kmiecik, technical sales, milling consumablesClick image to enlarge

Zane Weins, EDM technical sales for machines and consumablesClick image to enlarge

Single Source Technologies (SST) Canada has named Martin Craven president of the Mississauga-based based machine tool supplier.

Craven, who has 40 years of experience in the metalworking industry, joined SST Canada in 2016 as Canadian sales manager. He has worked with cutting tool commpanies and machine tool distributors. As part of the commpany's growth, Craven says SST Canada has hired new people. Zane Weins joins the company as EDM technical sales for machines and consumables, and Robert Kimiecik is the new technical sales rep for milling consumables.

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