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Expands to Queretaro, Mexico

TRUMPF expands to Querétaro, Mexico

FARMINGTON, Conn., December 17, 2014 – In response to increased sales in Mexico, TRUMPF Inc. recently opened a facility in Querétaro to enhance its support for local customers.The location ensures faster response times for spare parts, sales support and service technicians. Being in closer proximity to customers enables TRUMPF to offer same-day or early morning delivery of crucial parts to customers, including automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers.

Sofia Cardenas, facility supervisor of the new warehouse explains, “As an extension of TRUMPF Mexico in Apodaca, N.L., we are able to stock more than 1000 different part numbers, including spare parts for TruLaser Cell multi-axis laser systems, TruMark marking lasers, and laser resonators.” The parts cover more than 90% of the install base in Mexico and will be continuously evaluated and optimized to best support the needs of TRUMPF customers. The new facility provides customer service in English and Spanish.

Michael Nuessler, regional sales manager for TRUMPF lasers in Mexico explains, “TRUMPF is committed to providing local support for customers in the growing Mexican market, including faster delivery of spare parts, as well as local and Spanish speaking support.” The new location also serves as a local base for technical service engineers, reducing response time and increasing accessibility to tools and spare parts. With 1,000 m2 (10,763 ft2) of space, TRUMPF also adds the capacity to host seminars and technical events in Queréetaro, keeping local prospective and existing customers up-to-date on laser technology and applications.

Contact TRUMPF’s Queretaro location: +52 (81) 8131-2150 or oemspareparts@mx.trumpf.com.


 

Rogowski named VP, Technical Service

Rogowski named VP, Technical Service

FARMINGTON, Conn., October 10, 2014 - Effective October 1, 2014 James Rogowski was promoted to vice president, technical service of TRUMPF Inc. In this role, Rogowski is responsible for technical services and training for TRUMPF's machine tools installed across the United States.  Jim Rogowski reports directly to Peter Hoecklin, president and CEO of TRUMPF Inc.

Rogowski began his TRUMPF career in 1998 as a sheet metal applications engineer.  He held various roles in product management before assuming the role of managing director of TRUMPF Canada in 2008. In 2011 he returned to TRUMPF Inc. in Farmington, CT to become director of machine and power tool products.  During this time he gained extensive experience in machine development, new product introduction, and market research.


 

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