Production Machining

MAY 2016

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Glebar Opens Parts Distribution Facility in Ireland In response to the rapid growth of its global customer base, Glebar Company has opened a parts distribution facility in Dublin, Ireland, providing 24-hour turnaround for critical ma- chine components for European customers. The facility is the company's third parts distribution outlet, including its Tokyo, Japan, location, and its U.S. headquarters in Ramsey, New Jersey. Glebar will open another distribution facility in Costa Rica to service its many medical customers in the region. "We have invested millions of dollars in new capital equipment, automation and the new facility in order to create a world-class manufacturing experience for our employees and customers," says John Bannayan, president, Glebar Company. :: Glebar Co. Inc. 800-235-5122 :: Greenleaf Corporation Names Global Manager Greenleaf Corporation has appointed Jan Andersson to the position of global man- ager, tech team and marketing. Mr. Ander- sson comes to Greenleaf from Kennametal Corporation and Sandvik Coromant where he held various positions within product management, marketing, sales and R&D. At Greenleaf, Mr. Andersson is responsible for managing the company's global mar- keting operations, product management and technical services team. He will report directly to Bernie McConnell, executive V.P. - commercial. :: Greenleaf Corporation 800-458-1850 :: Vero Software Appoints Technical Manager Vero Software has appointed Lee Richards to the position of technical manager of the Americas, a role in which he will oversee the technical teams for the company's Edgecam and Surfcam brands. With the addition of Mr. Richards, Vero is poised to extend and improve its ser- vices for a growing customer base. In his new role, Mr. Richards will be working to provide support to Vero's di- rect sales teams, as well as to resellers and customers in the Americas. :: Vero Software 248-351-9300 DIFFICULT MATERIALS MADE EASY LESS CHATTER. SHORTER CYCLES. YOU CAN HEAR THE DIFFERENCE. Mastercam's Dynamic Toolpaths deliver a consistent chip load, making difcult material easier to cut. That means longer tool life, reduced machine wear, and shortened run times. See and hear the diference at For more information, visit NEWS 14 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: MAY 2016

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