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Cincinnati Incorporated Appoints Regional Sales Engineer for WI

Cincinnati — Cincinnati Incorporated has named Clint Knollenberg regional sales engineer for Wisconsin. Knollenberg is a 9-year veteran of manufacturing, and previously held engineering positions with manufacturers in Southeast Wisconsin where he handled product development duties using various CAD software packages. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. “Cincinnati Incorporated has established a reputation for providing high-quality, built-to-last machines backed by responsive, straightforward customer service,” said Knollenberg. “These traits are highly valued by Wisconsinites and I look forward to working with them to provide solutions to their laser cutting and metal fabrication needs.”

Knollenberg’s appointment continues the expansion of Cincinnati Incorporated’s direct sales and service teams in an effort to provide a high level of brand experience regionally. Cincinnati recently added sales representatives for the Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and Missouri regions.

Cincinnati Incorporated provides manufacturers throughout North America with accurate, dependable laser cutting and automated load/unload systems, as well as metal fabrication equipment, including press brakes and brake tooling, shears and conveyor systems, powdered metal presses, and control and brake backgage upgrades.

For more information, contact Matt Garbarino at 513.235.1399. Email or visit

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