Schunk Appoints VP of Toolholding and Workholding Sales

Allan Logan has more than 20 years of industry experience and has been with Schunk since 2018. 


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Schunk has announced the promotion of Allan Logan to vice president of sales for toolholding and workholding. In his new role, Logan will be responsible for developing and implementing strategic channel and global-focused product initiatives. 

Logan has more than 20 years of territory sales and team management experience in the metalworking industry. He started his career in account management for cutting tools and abrasives before holding various roles as sales engineer, aerospace industry specialist and regional sales manager. Since joining Schunk in 2018 as the director of sales for the Eastern U.S. region, he has managed a group of regional sales managers across 20 states. His team has been responsible for incremental sales growth in the last two years.

“Allan has shown tremendous leadership capability in his time here at Schunk. With his focus on helping the customer succeed and his dedication to the manufacturing industry, Allan is a natural fit to lead our tooling and workholding teams,” says Milton Guerry, president of Schunk USA.


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