Salay Quaranta, product manager for Trumpf.Click image to enlargeTRUMPF Inc. has named Salay Quaranta as 2-D TruLaser Product Manager. Within this role, Salay will report directly to Mark Bronski, Director of TruLaser Products in North America.

Quaranta has been with TRUMPF for five years working with the Laser Technology group as the Industry Manager for Medical and TruMark systems. She will provide technical expertise to ensure that customers select the TruLaser product that best fits the current and future needs of their production processes and that their existing TruLaser products are optimally utilized.

Additionally, she will oversee the in-house sales engineer and applications teams that support customers throughout North America.

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