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NTN Canada Announces Resignation of VP of Sales & Marketing, J.S. Lavigne


24 November 2020 - Toronto - Corporate - News

MISSISSAUGA, ON, Nov. 20, 2020 – NTN Bearing Corporation of Canada Ltd. announces that Jean-Sebastien Lavigne, after 14 years of service, is leaving the Company to pursue a new leadership opportunity outside of the Bearings industry.

Mr. Lavigne served as NTN Canada's Vice President of Sales & Marketing since 2016. His resignation will be effective December 4, 2020.

“We wish Mr. Lavigne well in his new endeavors and thank him for his many years of service,” said Paul Meo, President and CEO of NTN Canada. “Mr. Lavigne made a lasting impact by helping to build a deep and talented organization that’s well-suited to take advantage of the many opportunities before us.”

Mr. Lavigne added, "NTN is a global leader in the bearings industry and I am confident in the company's continued success under its current leadership. I'm grateful to have been part of an organization so committed to its people and customers."

Mr. Lavigne began his career with NTN as a sales territory manager in 2006. He held multiple roles within the sales department and was eventually elevated to VP Sales & Marketing in 2016, becoming an integral member of the company’s management team overseeing corporate strategy and business development.



About NTN

Founded in 1918, NTN is one of the world's largest producers of premium quality ball and roller bearings, long recognized for the most stringent quality standards in the industry. With plants around the globe and a strong domestic manufacturing network, over 80% of the products sold by NTN in North America are made by one of the ten plants the company operates in Canada and the USA. NTN is also a leading provider of bearing services which include technical support, maintenance and reliability services, engineering consulting and training. NTN's company vision is "to transform into Canada’s leader of the Ultimate Bearing Experience."

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