Walter Ewag UK appoints new machine sales manager

Jonathon Hamilton
Jonathon Hamilton

Warwick-based Walter Ewag UK, which is a member of the United Grinding Group, has appointed Jonathon Hamilton as its new machine sales manager.


Aged 43, Mr Hamilton brings to the company 23 years of UK manufacturing industry experience – the last 15 of which have been spent in the machine tool sector in a variety of different roles, including 12 years with a Swiss OEM of high-end EDM and milling machines.

“I have joined a progressive company at a very exciting time and I believe my industry experience will stand me in good stead for this new opportunity with Walter Ewag UK,” said Mr Hamilton.

He added: “I look forward to working with the team to further develop the already extensive customer base and to contribute positively to the ongoing success of both existing and new customers with our best-in-class ranges of Walter tool grinding/erosion machines and tool measurement machines, as well as Ewag tool and insert grinding/laser processing machines.”

Walter Ewag UK www.walter-machines.com

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