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July Go-To-Guy: Eduardo Leonides, Industrial Polishing Services

Leonides started working at IPS in the late 1990s as an engineering assistant, and has since also worked as junior engineer, materials and planning supervisor and an account executive.
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Eduardo Leonides

 

Eduardo Leonides, Customer Service, Industrial Polishing Services

Leonides started working at IPS in the late 1990s as an engineering assistant, and has since also worked as junior engineer, materials and planning supervisor and an account executive. He now works in customer service, doing what he can to help meet clients’ needs. Leonides has been married for 23 years, has three sons and a granddaughter.

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