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Royal Products Hires Regional Business Manager

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An experienced applications engineer, Zak Lyon will support the company's customers in Ohio, Kentucky, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.


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Royal Products has announced that Zak Lyon has joined its team as a Regional Business Manager. Based in Columbus, Ohio, he will support the company’s distribution network and end-user customer base throughout Ohio, Kentucky, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.   

Mr. Lyon comes to the company with 10 years of industry experience, having held positions in applications engineering and sales management with several major machine tool builders. He possesses extensive manufacturing knowledge and has a record of optimizing his customers’ applications through the proper use of productivity-enhancing machine tool accessories.

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