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Hyundai Wia Appoints North America VP

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Steve Pegram will be vice president over the United States, Canada and Mexico.


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Hyundai WIA Machine America Corp. (Carlstadt, New Jersey) has appointed Steve Pegram as Vice President for the United States, Canada and Mexico, with responsibility for sales and marketing, engineering, logistics, and customer support.

The company says that Mr. Pegram will help to deliver a new focus for the business as it starts to increase market share in the North American markets with new advanced specification products, total production solutions and refined customer support.

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