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Akhurst Machinery Ltd., Delta, BC, is the new Bystronic distributor in Western Canada.

Established in 1938, Akhurst Machinery has grown to become one of the largest independent equipment distributors in the country. Akhurst provides local sales and technical support for its growing customer base and has two main offices in Western Canada in Delta, BC, and Edmonton, AB. The family-owned business sells and services machinery, accessories, tooling and supplies for companies in metalworking, grinding and sharpening, as well as wood processing.

Bystronic, with a Canadian head office based in Toronto, supplies laser and waterjet cutting machines, press brakes, automation and material handling sysems.

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