Paul has worked in various departments in his 13 years of service at Bardons & Oliver. Specifically, service work, machinist and an applications engineer for the machine tool division. Currently Paul is a CNC programmer using Mastercam to program production machines.
There are many factors which can lead to change, growth, and learning opportunities: most of us can safely say we did not see a global pandemic being a huge factor coming into the past 9 months. Yet, here we are, trying to keep ourselves, our loved ones, and each other safe while still attempting to fulfill our business obligations and deliver on due dates and promises made.
We hope this communication finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy. These are unprecedented times for everyone and we would like to share with you some of the things we are doing to keep our employees as safe as possible:
Please welcome Gene Mack, Purchasing Manager to the Bardons & Oliver team! Gene started in July 2019 and worked closely with Tom Walker until his retirement. Gene comes to Bardons & Oliver with over 20 years of experience in purchasing.
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