Kitagawa North-Tech, Inc. has announced Edward Borsos has joined the company as Regional Sales Manager. Borsos has over 30 years of machining and metalworking industry experience. He will be responsible for supporting and developing channel partners and end-users selling Kitagawa's standard chucks, advanced chucks and engineered rotational and prismatic workholding solutions. Borsos has extensive experience in automotive and oil and gas, as well as general turning and milling workholding applications.
Borsos began his career as a toolmaker and machinist and worked in various supervisory positions at metalworking machine shops and later transitioned into technical workholding sales for MSCI Industrial Supply. In his most recent position he worked in regional sales management for Rohm, German-based workholding company before joining Kitagawa NorthTech.
Borsos will help support and manage projects for the custom engineered solutions business. Kitagawa NorthTech's engineered workholding solutions are supported by an in-house applications engineering team committed to developing custom workholding for turning and prismatic applications. In addition to designing and engineering custom solutions, Kitagawa NorthTech utilizes their in-house design, manufacturing, inspection and testing facility to manufacturer, modify and test components and workholding systems for their customers.
Borsos resides in Waterford, Michigan and will be report out of Kitagawa NorthTech's headquarters and full-service manufacturing facility for the Americas based in Schaumburg, IL. Upon joining the company, Boros adds, "I am excited to join a company with such a rich history in workholding. Kitagawa has always been the gold standard of chucks in the workholding industry. In addition, Kitagawa NorthTech's custom engineered workholding capabilities offer customers superior part-specific machining solutions for turning and prismatic applications."