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3/23/2018

GF Machining Solutions Adds to Marketing, Sales Team

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Dante Payva, Sammy Shabib, Heather Natal and Jon Carlson will support sales, service and support of the company’s milling, EDM and laser texturing solutions.

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GF Machining Solutions (Lincolnshire, Illinois) has appointed several new members to its sales and marketing team. Dante Payva, Sammy Shabib, Heather Natal and Jon Carlson now fill roles that enable the company to enhance the sales, service and support for its milling, EDM and laser texturing solutions.

Dante Payva is now product manager for the company’s portfolio of milling machines. He brings more than 18 years of experience in technical and manufacturing fields to this position, including 17 years as a technical service specialist and a technical support engineer with the company.

Sammy Shabib has joined the company as sales manager for its milling products. Previously, he was district sales manager for JTEKT Toyoda Americas Corp., where he managed the Southern California distribution team.

Heather Natal has been hired as marketing manager. She will draw upon more than 15 years of marketing communications experience with DSM Functional Materials and DMG America to drive the company’s communication efforts and support its marketing and sales objectives.

Jon Carlson, who previously served as GF Machining Solutions’ marketing coordinator, has been named product manager for its range of advanced manufacturing solutions. In his new position, he will be responsible for delivering on the growth objectives for additive manufacturing, laser texturing and micro-machining products.

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