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Mazak strengthens Scottish presence with new sales manager

Posted on 21 Feb 2024. Read 778 times.
Mazak strengthens Scottish presence with new sales managerStirling-based Scotmaz Machine Tools Ltd, the sole distributor of Yamazaki Mazak machine tools in Scotland, has appointed David Martin as its new sales manager. He has 25 years’ experience in the metalworking industry, having begun his career as a toolmaker before moving into technical sales roles with ABT Machine Tools, Arno UK and most recently Kyocera Unimerco Tooling.

He joins ScotMaz with a remit to promote Mazak’s extensive machine tool portfolio to customers in the oil and gas and general sub-contracting sectors, while also targeting growth opportunities in Scotland’s aerospace, food and beverage and renewable energy markets. The role will also see him work closely with ScotMaz directors Scott and Steven Hunter out of ScotMaz’s Technology Centre in Stirling.

Yamazaki Mazak sales director Jason Butler said: “The Scottish market is particularly dynamic and it is not often you find someone of David’s considerable experience in the right place at the right time. Both our flagship Integrex range of multi-tasking machines and UK-made VTC series of vertical machining centres are already popular choices for Scottish machinists with demanding cutting requirements; I am very confident David’s appointment will bolster what is already a robust presence for Mazak in Scotland.”

Mr Martin added: “Mazak is one of the iconic brands in the metal-cutting industry and, through my tooling experience, I know the company is already the machine tool provider of choice for many Scottish engineering firms. With more and more customers in need of ancillary support, particularly with offline programming and integrating automation, Mazak’s offering is perfectly placed to deliver a turnkey solution. I am looking forward to getting out on the road, connecting with many of my existing contacts, and forging new relationships.”