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Nexwave Machinery has signed a deal to become the exclusive Eastern Canadian distributor for Bystronic's cutting and bending equipment.

Nexwave is a new Canadian fabricating equipment formed last year by co-owners Joe Bodorkos and Humberto Espinosa. Nexwave will offer customers sales, service, parts, tooling and application assistance for the Bystronic product line. Nexwave will be responsible for all provinces from Ontario to the East.

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