6/16/2017

Manufacturing News of Note: June 2017

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Sandvik Coromant and Zimmerman appoint new presidents, DeVry University launches advanced manufacturing classes, and more industry news.

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Nadine Crauwels, President of Sandvik Coromant. 

Nadine Crauwels has been appointed as the new President of Sandvik Coromant (Sandviken, Sweden) and will be responsible for continuing to develop the company as a supplier of tools, tooling solutions and know-how to the manufacturing industry. She will report to Klas Forsström, President of Sandvik Machining Solutions, and be a member of the Sandvik Machining Solutions Management Team.

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