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11/21/2017

Heller Hires New VP of Sales for North America

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Stephen Pegram will use his experience in the machine tool industry to grow the company’s special machine tool business.

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Heller Machine Tools has announced that Stephen Pegram has joined the company as Vice President of Sales for North America. He will be based at the Heller USA headquarters and manufacturing facility in Troy, Michigan. He joins the company after a career in the machine tool industry that includes management positions within Mazak, DMG MORI and Hyundai Wia.

Mr. Pegram says his focus in his new position will be to grow the company’s special machine tool business, including applications into new market segments. “The Heller product range is of the very highest quality, and this includes several new products including five-axis horizontal machining centers,” he says. “It is these new products and applications that will help provide future business growth both for Heller and our customers.”

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