Arno Werkzeuge USA hires Northeast tech support, sales engineer

Arno Werkzeuge USA hires Northeast tech support, sales engineer

With extensive machining and metalworking experience, Rob Hampton joins ARNO USA to help support market partners and machine shop customers.

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February 9, 2018
Edited by Eric Brothers
People/Facilities

Rob Hampton has joined Arno Werkzeuge USA, of Harvard, Illinois, as Technical Support & Sales Engineer for the Northeast region of the U.S. including Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, and Michigan. In this new position, Hampton will be supporting market partners, distributors, and end-users using Arno USA’s high-precision, cutting tools and inserts.

With more than 25 years of metalworking industry experience, Hampton comes to Arno with extensive cutting tools engineering knowledge and expertise. Rob is a skilled journeyman machinist that has a unique combination of technical tool sales and complex project engineering experience. Before joining Arno USA, he worked in technical sales engineering and support positions for Kennametal and ATI Stellram during the past 13 years.

Arno Werkzeuge USA has a heritage dating back more than 100 years as H.B. Rouse and then later as an acquisition made by Arno Werkzeuge, Germany. The company has been manufacturing high-precision cutting tools, positive and negative style inserts for metal cutting machine tools, and Swiss style turning machines since 1962.