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4/18/2016

MC Machinery Systems Hires National Sales Manager for Machining Technologies Division

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Fred Puzon has 26 years of experience in the metalworking industry.

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MC Machinery Systems (Wood Dale, Illinois), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corp., recently filled its national sales position with an engineering, sales, account and operations manager with nearly 26 years of experience in the metalworking industry. Fred Puzon joins as a national sales manager responsible for managing all sales and product development activities in the company’s Machining Technologies Department. This department includes milling, five-axis machining and turning equipment.

Mr. Puzon brings an understanding of establishing and managing supply chains for startup machine tool factories, increasing amounts of locally-sourced parts, and generating wider profit margins nationally and internationally—skills he gained in multiple positions with Mori Seiki USA Inc., as well as his most recent sales position with Hyundai WIA Machine America. With Hyundai WIA, Puzon oversaw product implementations, applications, marketing efforts and sales, serving as a go-to for distributors throughout the entire sales process. 

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