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Dimac strengthens management team

14-01-2021
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Matthew Williams has been appointed General Manager of Dimac

In anticipation of continued growth and to further strengthen the company’s management team, Matthew Williams has been appointed General Manager of Dimac.

Matthew will be working closely with MD Paul Fowler to ensure they continue to provide customers with innovative and productive solutions combined with professional levels of service, support and back up.

“Matthew’s intimate knowledge of the CNC machining industry and the needs of our customers will be of huge benefit to the business,” said Mr Fowler.

“Matthew’s extensive industry experience includes managing sales for a leading CNC woodworking machinery provider for the past five years. Matthew has also held sales and application roles for CNC milling and CNC turning.

“Despite 2020’s challenging environment we believe there is a renewed confidence and optimism for Australia’s manufacturing sector – reflected in the Morrison government’s commitment to a $1.5 billion ‘Modern Manufacturing Strategy’ over the next 4 years.

“We anticipate good demand for our range of solutions,” Mr Fowler added.

“Quite simply we see our role as ensuring CNC milling and turning operators have access to a range of products that will optimise the efficiency and productivity of their CNC machine.”

Mr Williams joins Dimac from Biesse Group ANZ where he was State Sales Manager and previously worked for Okuma Australia & New Zealand.

“I am thrilled to be joining Dimac and look forward to further strengthening the service and support ethos that Dimac is known for in the marketplace,” Mr Williams said.

“The company is the distributor for many of the world’s leading CNC accessory and workholding brands, designed to improve a company’s bottom line, enhance productivity, and improve machining safety and efficiency.”

Dimac is Australia and New Zealand’s largest supplier of CNC accessories and workholding solutions and the distributor for many leading CNC accessory and workholding brands that include Kitagawa power chucks, Freddy coolant recyclers, Lang Technik 5-axis vises, Reven air cleaners, Hydrafeed barfeeders and Royal’s Rota-Rack.

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