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11/11/2016

Hainbuch Hires Regional Sales Manager, Applications Engineer

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Christian Yehle will serve the South Central region, while Jim McCraw will coordinate between sales managers, customers and engineering.

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Hainbuch America (Germantown, Wisconsin) has announced two new hires. Christian Yehle has rejoined the team as regional sales manager for the South Central United States region, covering Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Hainbuch also hired Jim McGraw as Applications Engineer supporting the regional sales manager team in the United States and Canada.

Mr. Yehle brings nearly 30 years of experience in technical sales, including representing two major manufacturers of industrial balancing equipment.

Mr. McCraw has spent his 30-year career in manufacturing, designing workholding and tooling systems for the production of a range of parts. He will work directly with the Hainbuch sales team, its partners and customers to understand their requirements and collaboratively craft solutions for their application challenges. He will then coordinate with Hainbuch engineering and the customer to help implement the solution. 

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