Cy-Laser opens US tech centre for Canada and USClick image to enlargeCy-Laser America, a subsidiary of Cy-Laser S.r.L. of Schio, Italy, has opened a Technology Center in Sterling Heights, MI, to service customers in North America.

 The company hosted an open house to celebrate the event. 

Frank Vanin, area manager for Cy-Laser America, LLC, and Massimo Denipoti, president of Cy-Laser, LLC, shared the company vision for serving and supporting users throughout North America from this new location. “Our near-term goal is to offer additional technical support for our fiber lasers already in the field, and to facilitate dealer demonstrations for prospective buyers,” stated Denipoti. “Shortly, this centre will house a supply of parts and accessories, in addition to those already available in Geneva IL, for the convenience of our customers.”

“Our company mission is collaborative customer service,” said Vanin. “Our investments in this building and these events are indicative of the value we place on doing business in North America. And, we are also expanding in Schio, to be ready to support our growing opportunities here.”

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