Millerbernd Laser Adds Business Development Executive

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Farid Currimbhoy, senior vice president of Millerbernd Laser, announced the hiring of Jeff Schultz as Business Development Executive.

Farid Currimbhoy, senior vice president of Millerbernd Laser, announced the hiring of Jeff Schultz as Business Development Executive. “Jeff joins us with over 18 years of metal fabrication and tooling sales, management, and customer support. His experience and background will allow us to further develop new business relationships, as well as explore opportunities to expand into new areas that were previously unexplored,” states Currimbhoy. “Millerbernd has always prided itself in hiring only the best sales executives with strong leadership skills. We have certainly continued that tradition with the hiring of Jeff.”

“I have always enjoyed the challenge of working with talented engineers and other professionals to make a project come together,” Jeff Schultz explains. “There is nothing like the sense of satisfaction you get when working on a project from start to finish, and all parts in between. I truly enjoy the manufacturing process.”

Jeff’s extensive background in management and acquisition, including a degree in Business Administration, will allow him to provide Millerbernd Laser’s customers with a new level of complete customer care and satisfaction. In addition, Jeff is a true family man, with two teenage daughters, whom he has coached as a volunteer for their basketball and softball teams. He enjoys fitness training, hunting and fishing and is an avid reader.

Since 1933, Millerbernd Laser, a division of Millerbernd Systems, has been committed to innovation and excellence in providing metal fabrication services. Millerbernd Laser assures adherence to rigorous ISO 9001:2008 quality control standards in laser cutting, machining, welding, fabrication and finishing. For more information about Millerbernd Laser contact Jeff at 320.485.5451 or jschultz(at)millerbernd(dot)com.

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