Vaughan mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua, second from right with Irina Solovianenko, centre, Tony Carella, Vaughan councillor, second from left, and at far right Durma regional sales executive Ervin Umit Click image to enlargeVaughan mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua, second from right with Irina Solovianenko, centre, Tony Carella, Vaughan councillor, second from left, and at far right Durma regional sales executive Ervin Umit

Access Machinery has celebrated the opening of its new facility in Concord, ON.

The company recently became a national distributor for Turkish metal fabricating equipment supplier Durma Machinery.

Irina Solovianenko, who oversees sales and business development for Access Machinery, says the facility will serve as a showroom and demo centre. The facility houses a fiber laser cutting machine and press brakes.

Opening DayClick image to enlargeOpening Day

Showcasing a Durma fiber laser machineClick image to enlargeShowcasing a Durma fiber laser machine

A Durma press brake housed in the new facilityClick image to enlargeA Durma press brake housed in the new facility

The Durma HD-F 4020 laser systemClick image to enlargeThe Durma HD-F 4020 laser system

 The business end of the HD-F 4020Click image to enlarge The business end of the HD-F 4020

 

 

 

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