CINCINNATI, OH - SigmaTEK named four additions to its Central United States Region team. The team works under regional sales manager, Mike Galetti, regional sales manager and a 23-year veteran of the fabrication industry.

"As manufacturing across the board continues to ramp up companies are taking a long look at tools, technologies, and processes in an attempt to maximize production and eliminate waste. Nowhere is this more evident than in the industrious central states," says Galetti. "We are taking these aggressive steps to remain responsive to the needs of both current and future customers."

Newly appointed are:

Todd Shrum, regional technical manager: with 16 years manufacturing experience,  Shrum teamed up with SigmaTEK in the development of combination punch plasma machines while working at WA Whitney as an applications manager. He assists in SigmaNEST implementation to fully leverage software capabilities for multiple cutting processes and related manufacturing applications.

Jennifer Gallagher, regional sales representative: a U.S. Army veteran, Gallagher stepped into manufacturing as a SigmaNEST programmer for Tanaka, Mazak, and Mitsubishi laser machines. She now works with implementing 3D CAD into SigmaNEST, based in the Chicago, IL area assisting companies in utilizing material costs and improving shop floor efficiency.

Michel Scavuzzo, regional sales representative: Scavuzzo works with companies to evaluate advanced nesting and material utilization. Based in Dallas, TX, Michel and Chris Wickliffe work as a team to increase response times for business transactions and improve regional support.

Chris Wickliffe, regional applications engineer: a long-time SigmaNEST, Wickliffe holds a degree in mechanical engineering, and helps companies implement time, material and cost-saving programs. His background includes programming for punch, combos, laser, oxyfuel, plasma, waterjet, knife, routers and brake presses. Chris works out of the Dallas, TX office.


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