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Tungaloy has announced the addition of Jason Bainbridge to the Tungaloy GTA team as sales and application engineer.

Bainbridge completed his apprenticeship as a Red Seal machinist and continued his studies graduating from Mohawk College with a CNC programming certificate. He has over 20 years’ experience in job shop environments, with progressive responsibilities, exposing him to numerous machining applications.

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