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1/4/2017 | 1 MINUTE READ

Samputensili Appoints Gear Technology Manager for Star SU

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Dr. Ing. Deniz Sari will train in Italy before transferring to Chicago, Illinois.

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Star SU has announced the appointment of Dr. Ing. Deniz Sari to the newly-created position of Gear Technology Manager with Samputensili and Star SU. He will analyze best practices coming from Samputensili and Star SU manufacturing plants around the world, combine them and optimize all production processes from design to shipping, not only from a technical, but also from an organizational point of view. In this sense, he will be responsible for supporting the international sales structure helping to establish seamless consumer experiences worldwide.

“Talented professionals like Deniz help us grow and strengthen our position on the market,” says Teodoro Ceglia, general manager of Samputensili Cutting Tools. “In particular, Deniz’s extensive experience with production processes, technological solutions and industry experts will make our training programs stronger and more valuable for our customers who attend.”

“After working for the WZL of RWTH Aachen University, I look forward to putting my experience to work and implementing best-in-class systems across the company,” says Dr. Sari, “including a strategic focus on the innovation of gear cutting tools, which will help customers grow their profits and efficiency.”

After an extensive training of several months in Italy at Samputensili, Dr. Sari will move to Star SU headquarters in Chicago, Illinois.

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