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10/8/2018

Heller Expands Sales, Marketing Team

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Peter Stackpoole, Steve Gugan, Marc St-Pierre and Dave Mondek are expected to focus on the growth of present core business and its expansion into other market segments.

Heller Machine Tools L.P. has recently expanded its sales and marketing team. Vice President of Sales Steve Pegram, who has been with the company since November 2017, has been focused on rebuilding and strengthening the company’s sales and marketing capabilities. The addition of Peter Stackpoole, Steve Gugan, Marc St-Pierre and Dave Mondek to the existing team is expected to enable the company to focus not only on the growth of the present core business, but also further its reach into additional market segments. 

The Heller customer base consists mainly of so-called “blue chip” companies which the company describes as leading the pack in production technology and higher profit generation.
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