ARCH is pleased to announce and welcome Bill Orris as Manager of Technical Product and Sales Training. Bill will be responsible for technical sales management leadership and strategy, as well as expanding customer understanding of KEO Cutting Tools and ARCH Specials products and services, and facilitating training in all product categories and industry-specific solutions.
Bill brings nearly 25 years of industry experience to his new role with ARCH, with background as a Technical Field Sales Engineer, a CNC/Senior Program Manager, a Machining Specialist and Assistant Training Coordinator, and a Manufacturing Manager. With his diverse background, he offers excellent industry product knowledge and a deep personal understanding of the challenges and needs of customers in the industry.
In addition, Bill studied Mechanical Design. He holds Journeyman Machinist Certification specialized in CNC from the State of Ohio, a Tool and Die Certification also from the State of Ohio, as well as several other certifications pertaining to metrology, metallurgy, and lean manufacturing principles.
“I look forward to applying my many years of experience to provide tailored training programs and technical support in calculating cutting data, extending tool life, and ideas on how to optimize our customers most demanding machining processes,” Bill says. “At ARCH Cutting Tools, we will utilize our comprehensive tooling design, application know-how, and close collaboration with our customers to provide them the best solution possible.”
Contact Bill Orris at 734-612-7098, or at email@example.com
ARCH is a family of 16 companies with 22 US production facilities in 13 different states that collectively manufacture high quality cutting tools and precision machined components for industry. We are metalworking experts that are solutions oriented in how we approach the manufacturing challenges of our customers.
ARCH combines the expertise of leading American manufacturers and expanding technologies to serve the medical, aerospace and defense, and industrial markets.