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INT Machinery adds support staff

January 19, 2022
By INT Machinery

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INT Machinery has added new personnel to enhance its service to clients. The Mississauga, Ont.,-based machinery dealer carries a full line of production equipment and tools for metalworking and PVC extrusion processing.

Saty Kaur has been brought on as sales assistant and marketing manager. She will be responsible for supporting INT Machinery sales representatives and producing their machinery quotations. She will also coordinate incoming shipments from the European suppliers and domestic shipments to the customers. Kaur will also be in charge of marketing on social media accounts and newsletters to keep customers updated on INT Machinery lines and industry news. Kaur is new to the industry and at 22 years of age is eager to learn the field.

 

Vinaayak Rambarran is INT’s new service support representative and spare parts manager. He will be responsible for providing spare parts and consumable items, including quotations, shipment and invoicing. He’ll also be the in-house “first responder” when customers have service issues and will assess what needs to be done before dispatching field service technicians. Rambarran has education in automation and experience as a project engineer focused on mechanical design.

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Both Kaur and Rambarran will work from INT’s Mississauga office.

“INT Machinery believes in young professionals and is willing to invest in young people,” commented Luca Tosetti, general manager. “These hires confirm our intent to be a long term player in the glazing and window industry.”

Rambarran said, “I am excited to join the INT team because it is providing a unique opportunity to work in the automation industry and with room to grow.”

Kaur chimed in, “I am excited to join INT Machinery team as it will allow me to learn new skills. I believe that by working at INT I will have the type of knowledge to succeed in this role and I am looking forward to grow with the company.”