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Monday August 3rd, 2015 9:22PM

Aghasharif joins Suwanee-based Winton Machine

By Ken Stanford Reporter
SUWANEE - Winton Machine announces that Rajab Aghasharif is the company's new Director of International Sales and Marketing. <br /> <br /> Aghasharif worked previously as Director of Sales and Marketing for Pines Technology and prior to that was President/CEO of IBP and represented major overseas manufacturers such as Pedrazzoli, Bema, Osuga, AMI and Tauring in North America and Mexico. <br /> <br /> He was also Director of Sales and Marketing with PHI, and prior to that was with H&H Tooling division of Teledyne Pines in Denver Colorado as General Manager. He comes to Winton Machine with 30 years of experience in related fields.
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