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8/8/2017

CenterLine Welcomes New Account Manager

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Canada-based CenterLine Limited announces the addition of Kyle Smith to the position of account manager, overseeing the U.S. market. 

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CenterLine Limited announces the addition of Kyle Smith to the position of account manager. Smith joins the team with nearly five years of sales, customer relations and weld support experience in the automotive and medical industries. As account manager, Kyle will be representing CenterLine branded products and services within the U.S. market.

Prior to joining CenterLine, Smith held sales positions with OPS Solutions, RoMan Manufacturing and RoMan Engineering Services. These positions enabled him to gain experience implementing sales strategies, securing new accounts and meeting sales objectives.  During his time with RoMan Engineering Services, he was contracted for two years with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Center of Compliance to assist with new model launches. 

Headquartered in Windsor, Ontario, CenterLine is a Canadian-based, privately held corporation specializing in advanced automation processes and technologies for resistance welding, metal forming and cold spray application needs.

For more information, visit cntrline.com.

 

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