Seco announces organizational changes

The company restructures marketing and sales operations.

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Seco Tools (Troy, MI) the North American subsidiary of Sweden’s Seco Tools AB, has made organizational changes and employee promotions within its sales and marketing departments.

After 46 years of service, Lou Novacco, director of sales, will officially retire on July 1. Mike Parker has been named his successor and will be transitioning from his current role of director of engineering and marketing. Parker moves into his new position with more than 34 years of Seco experience. 

Larry Lefkof has been promoted to the position of director of marketing, while continuing to serve as the Niagara Cutter national sales manager until a replacement for that role is found. Lefkof, also a long-time Seco employee, has vast experience spanning multiple disciplines within the company, including product management, production, sales management and marketing.

Dan Sikora, current director of operations and human resources for North America, will now take on global responsibilities as regional HR business partner for Seco Americas and South Africa. In addition, he will manage strategic initiatives for Seco North America, having a focus for 2015 on the next-generation Duratomic Technology launch, completing the integration of the Niagara Cutter brand into the Seco product family and expanding the company's custom tooling operations in Troy.

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