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David Bossler brings 24 years of spring-making experience to new sales engineer position

ERLGANGER, KY – Oriimec has hired David Bossler to fill the newly create position of sales engineer for its MEC spring-forming machine division. The position is based at Oriimec Corporation of America’s Erlanger headquarters.

“This is an important step for us because we now have a greater ability to provide technical service to our customers,” said Rick Bray, MEC Sales.

Bossler, who worked for 24 years in spring manufacturing, said the transition to the machinery maker was a logical progression. “I developed a relationship with MEC through my years of operating MEC machines in a manufacturing setting,” he said.

In his new sales engineer position with MEC, Bossler will be responsible for on-site training when a new spring-forming machine is delivered, as well as technical service, both over the phone and on-site.

“There’s a wide range of technical support that I provide,” Bossler said. Issues can range from how to change out batteries to dealing with more technical and mechanical issues or questions about operating the computers that run MEC machines. “Every day is different.”

He also will assist Bray with sales.

Bossler said he was attracted to Oriimec because of its reputation of standing behind its equipment – and its employees.

“David’s years of spring-making experience as well as his in-depth knowledge of MEC machines will be a real asset for Oriimec and its customers,” Bray said.

Oriimec’s MEC Division offers a variety of spring making machinery, including wire forming machines, coiling machines and extension spring machines.

Contact Oriimec to learn more.