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11/23/2017

Kitagawa NorthTech Hires Senior Manager of Sales

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Shawn Luschei has rejoined the company and will support OEMs and channel partners, developing new business.

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Shawn Luschei has rejoined Kitagawa NorthTech (Schaumburb, Illinois) as Senior Manager of Sales for North America. With more than 23 years of workholding industry experience, he will be responsible for managing regional sales managers, supporting OEMs and channel partners, and further developing the engineered rotational and prismatic workholding business for the company.

Mr. Luschei began his career in workholding with Kitagawa NorthTech in 1994 as an inside sales representative and was promoted to various sales management positions during his 17-year tenure at the company. In 2011, he left to launch Toolmex’s new workholding and power chucks division.

In his new role at Kitagawa NorthTech, Mr. Luschei will support the custom-engineered solutions business sales efforts and will work with regional sales management channel partners and to refine the company’s inside engineered sales group.

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