Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division has announced it has expanded its footprint into western Canada with a new office in Calgary, Alberta. The new location and staff will serve the region’s diverse range of manufacturing industries including aerospace, oil & gas, advanced composites, MRO, agriculture, bus and rail, machinery, wood products and more. The facility will accommodate business offices and a training room, with ample space to offer seminars covering Hexagon’s most innovative metrology and manufacturing technologies including laser trackers, articulating arms, scanners, CMMs, software and automated solutions.
Heading the regional office, Mr. Alberto Silva will serve as a Sales Engineer – West Canada, covering Manitoba through British Columbia. Silva’s background includes the oil and gas industry and the manufacture of rotating machinery. He applies over 20 years of technical sales and consulting expertise to finding solutions for complex problems and making processes work better for the customer. Silva holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, as well as a Master of Business Administration degree in Marketing from SE Louisiana University.
“We are excited to now locally serve the growing manufacturing industries of western Canada,” states David Hill, Commercial Operations Manager – Canada, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence. “The Smart Factory movement is opening people’s eyes to the benefits of dimensional measurement throughout the product development cycle. Hexagon leads the way in advancing portable and stationary metrology products, as well as the automation of measurement processes for inline, online and near-line applications. From entry-level products to the most sophisticated measurement solutions, we can offer personal consultations and application knowledge to help manufacturers take pivotal steps toward the future – large or small.”
For more information: www.hexagonmi.com