Gorski to head GF Machining Solutions' Sales in West

GF Machining Solutions has named Martin Gorski as its new head of sales in the West region of the United States.

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GF Machining Solutions has named Martin Gorski as its new head of sales in the West region of the United States. In this new role, Gorski will be responsible for enhancing the sales, service and support for the company’s milling, EDM, additive, laser texturing and automation & tooling solutions. This comprehensive portfolio of products ensures the success of customers in the aerospace, energy, automotive, medical, ICT, oil/gas and other industries.

Based in Orange County, Calif., Gorski oversees the overall sales and service for the company’s offerings in his territory, which includes 13 states and Mexico. He is also responsible for ensuring that customers receive top-notch technical training, applications engineering support and assistance with turnkey solutions.  

Gorski joined GF Machining Solutions in 1995 after earning a bachelor’s degree from the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT). He has served the company as AgieCharmilles vice president of sales, head of sales for the west region, and most recently as the market segment manager for GF Machining Solutions’ Information Communication Technologies (ITC) customers. 

According to Don McMillan, director of sales for GF Machining Solutions, Gorski is an experienced sales professional who has strong relationships with customers and distributors throughout the territory.

“As a GF Machining Solutions veteran of more than 20 years, Martin has a complete understanding of the advanced, highly efficient machining technology solutions we provide to our customers,” said McMillan. “He’s well-equipped to lead the Western team as we continue to raise the bar in terms of technology, service and support.”

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