Bohle America forms Automatic Glass Cutting Technology and Chemicals Department

Date: 1 June 2011
Source: Bohle AG
Officials of Bohle America, Charlotte, N.C., announced the formation of the new Bohle Industrial Automatic Glass Cutting Technology and Chemicals Department in Harwinton, Conn.

The new department, led by Dana Barberet, director of Cutting and Chemicals, will focus on the development and introduction of new glass cutting technology from the Bohle Group's manufacturing headquarters in Haan, Germany.

Barberet will lead the department, consisting of Bohle America teammate Shawn Zenuh. Barberet and Zenuh (pictured), both veterans with more than 30 years combined experience in the U.S. automatic cutting industry, most recently worked for Fletcher-Terry. Supporting the U.S. team will be Peter Pokoern, Automatic Glass Cutting product manager, and Dennis Kampmann, European technical sales representative, both of Bohle AG.

600450 Bohle America forms Automatic Glass Cutting Technology and Chemicals Department
Date: 1 June 2011
Source: Bohle AG

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