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Seco Tools Makes Two Product Team Personnel Changes

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Olivier Branget is transferring from France to serve the North American market, and Aaron Eller is getting promoted to product manager.


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Seco Tools LLC (Troy, Michigan) has added Olivier Branget to its North American Applications Engineering group and promoted Aaron Eller to Product Manager of ISO Turning and Advanced Materials. Mr. Branget, from Seco EPB in France, brings 20 years of experience to the position and will help customers overcome their complex manufacturing challenges. As a product manager, Mr. Eller will contribute his expertise in new part materials and advanced cutting tool solutions.

In France, Mr. Branget spent 10 years in sales and another 10 years in application support. In his new role, he will support technical projects related to Seco’s EPB boring and Steadyline anti-vibration milling and turning products.

Mr. Eller joined Seco in 2014 as a product technician. In his new position, he will continue to oversee PCBN, PCD and ceramic indexable insert tools in addition to all ISO carbide turning and related steel products such as inserts featuring Duratomic Technology and Seco-Capto turning products.


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