Amada's Carolina Manufacturing CenterClick image to enlarge

Amada American celebrated the opening of its latest manufacturing site, a 190,000 sq ft manufacturing plant and 62,000 sq ft technical centre in High Point, NC.

The Carolina Manufacturing Center joins existing manufacturing centres in Brea, CA, and Batavia, NY. Combined the facilities will help the company better service customers in North America. In addition to the manufacturing centre, in 2020, the Carolina Technical Center will open on the same location.

The first products manufactured at the new Carolina Center will include automation systems and Amada's newest line of press brakes, the HRB Series. The high precision HRB series is engineered to meet the unique needs of American fabricators.

As a result, a wide selection of production enhancing features can be customized to resolve each customer’s specific manufacturing challenges. In order to supply tooling for the new press brakes manufactured in North Carolina, Amada Tool America recently expanded its production facility in Batavia, NY. The 19,000 sq ft expansion will ensure prompt production and delivery of precision-ground tooling. 

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