4/17/2017 | 1 MINUTE READ

Seco Makes Key Product Team Changes

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Seco Tools, LLC continues to fortify its service and support team with the addition of Olivier Branget to its North American Applications Engineering group and with the promotion of Aaron Eller to Product Manager, ISO Turning and Advanced Materials.

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Seco Tools LLC says it continues to fortify its service and support team with the addition of Olivier Branget to its North American Applications Engineering group and with the promotion of Aaron Eller to Product Manager, ISO Turning and Advanced Materials. 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, Eller will contribute his unique expertise in new part materials and in the advanced cutting tool solutions needed to effectively machine them.

In France, Branget dedicated 10 years of service to sales and, most recently, spent 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.

Eller began his tenure at Seco in 2014 as a product technician. In 2016, he was promoted to his new position where 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.

“We are excited to have both of these outstanding individuals on our team and in their new positions,” said Rob Keenan, president of Seco. “Their contributions will provide invaluable benefits to our customers in regards to expert support for specialized applications.”

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