Tom Olmscheid Joins Mate Precision Technologies as Vice President United States and Canada Sales

  June 29, 2023

Minneapolis, MN, June 29, 2023 — Mate Precision Technologies, a global leader in metal forming and metalworking solutions, announces it has named sales and business development veteran Tom Olmscheid as its new Vice President of US and Canada Sales. In his new role, Olmscheid will work with the five regional sales managers to support Mate’s growth through direct and indirect sales channels for the punch press, press brake, workholding and laser consumable product lines.

Olmscheid brings nearly 30 years of sales and business development results to Mate Precision Technologies. Previously, Olmscheid was Director of Sales for Aero-Space Fasteners and Electronics, where along with sales responsibilities, he guided the implementation of a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. As Director of Sales and Marketing at Electri-Cord Manufacturing, he established the company’s Minnesota-based office before managing their US and International sales.

“Tom understands and embraces our values of ‘Respect, Support, Inspire’ that guide Mate’s continued success,” said Kevin Nicholson, Mate Precision Technologies President. “His strategic approach and natural ability to build relationships will help our team support metalworking professionals across US and Canada to advance their business success.”


About Mate Precision Technologies

Founded in 1962, Mate is a world-class manufacturer of superior solutions for the metalworking industry. Mate manufactures workholding, CNC punch press tooling and press brake tooling in its 300,000 square foot Anoka, Minn., facility. It also offers a complete line of laser consumables. Mate products and services are available worldwide, fully supported by more than 80 dealers in every industrialized country. Mate’s mission is to personally Respect, Support and Inspire metalworking professionals around the world with high-quality products and services for factory productivity.

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