Extends teams with industry expert, helping to bring CU2 Tools to the Taiwanese milling machine sector – enhancing accuracy and driving precision for Industry 4.0
With a market-leading position in the design and manufacture of milling machines, Taiwan is a hugely important market for Conoptica. That’s why we’re delighted to announce the recruitment of Chiyu Chang to our team. Chiyu will work directly with our customers in Taiwan, providing sales, service, and support capabilities, bringing his decades of experience to our mutual endeavours.
Chiyu has a wealth of expertise, gained from more than 25 years of experience with leading milling machine manufacturers, such as Georg Fischer and DMG MORI. His appointment coincides with the renewed commitment by the Taiwanese Government to investment in the milling machine industry and its evolution to support the next level of manufacturing precision and accuracy.
As the world’s leading centre for milling machine production, with more than 100 independent manufacturers, the Taiwanese Government has sought to boost investment through Government Foundations and independent schemes, so that Taiwan can reinforce and boost leadership in the machine tool industry.
Chiyu will work with our team to bring Conoptica’s CU2 tools to local manufacturers, so they can enhance accuracy, in line with the national goal of investing in boosting competitivity and securing market leadership, ready for the next generation of high-precision manufacturing.
“We’re excited to welcome Chiyu to our team,” said Ivan Nedrehagen, Head of Machine Tool Division for Conoptica. “His recruitment is a huge boost to us, and his expertise and reputation will help support our current and new customers, as we seek to realise our mission to bring new levels of accuracy to the milling industry, boosting automation, performance and production quality throughout the sector.”
“I’ve known Conoptica’s solutions for many years, so it’s a pleasure to finally join the organisation,” noted Chiyu. “I look forward to building on the efforts of the team to date – and growing our presence in Taiwan to meet the evolving demands of the milling machine industry.”