Tobias Kuehnle is the new managing director of TRUMPF CanadaClick image to enlarge

Tobias Kuehnle has been named managing director of TRUMPF Canada Inc., effective April 1, 2018. He succeeds Stefan Fickenscher, who moves to the role of sales director of TRUMPF's machine tool division, based in the US.

Kuehnle joined TRUMPF GmbH + Co KG in 2006 in the service department. He has held several roles with the company and most recently has head of product management and sales support services.

 

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