Mazak Expands in the Northeast U.S.
The machine tool OEM hires a new account manager to direct the sales of machine tools, provide after-sale technical support and educational presentations to address the needs of this rapidly expanding market.
To meet the demands of its rapidly expanding market in the American Northeast, Mazak Corporation (Florence, KY) recently hired a new account manager, Andrew Bagley, a seasoned mechanical engineer and machine tool expert.
In his new position, Bagley will manage and direct the sales of the full suite of machine tools, from productivity-improving multi-tasking solutions to automated manufacturing systems for Done-in-One unattended part production, in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. In support of the companyʼs ongoing commitment to customer education and support, he will also provide after-sale technical support and provide educational presentations about the technical features of Mazak machines.
Bagley has extensive machine tool experience, having previously worked as a service engineer and metrologist, and has been recognized for the development of lean manufacturing processes and educational and training efforts for several leading manufacturers.
“Andrew has excellent experience in the industry and has proven to be a true team leader when it comes to customer service, training and support,” said Steve Wilkins, the regional manager of the Northeast region. “Weʼre excited to have him as a member of our team and another resource for our valued customers.”
Bagley attended the University of New Haven, where he studied mechanical engineering and has advanced in the field from a machine technician and designer to service engineer responsible for company-wide training and installation, repairs, customer
support and part programming for ultra-precision equipment.
Mazak Corporation is a leader in the design and manufacture of productivity-improving machine tool solutions. Committed to being a partner to customers with innovative technology, its world-class facility in Florence increased its production capacity to 135 machines per month in 2011. Continuous training and development of the workforce has created a “lean” culture, which has created
opportunities for continuing growth in America.
The machine tool OEM maintains eight Technology Centers across North America to provide local hands-on applications, service and sales support to its customers. www.mazakusa.com