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Christine Benz has been named head of TruServices and Smart Services by TRUMPF Inc., effective October 1.

Benz will report to senior vice president of sales and marketing Burke Doar.

Benz joined TRUMPF in 2003 in the laser development department. Following her time as a laser development engineer she held two roles from 2007 to 2013 in the Customer Services Department, one as manager of project engineering. In her most recent role, Benz acted as training and development manager, responsible for technical training and employee development.

In addition to Benz’s work experience, she holds a bachelor’s degree in precision and microengineering from the University of Applied Sciences in Munich, Germany, a master’s degree in Technology Management from Central Connecticut State University and a doctorate in organizational leadership from Northcentral University, AZ.

In her new role, Benz will support the development of plans to optimize the use of TRUMPF’s aftersales technology and solution oriented services for customers throughout North America.

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