Kitamura Mycenter HX500iGClick image to enlarge

DiPaolo Machine Tools, a Mississauga, Ont.-based supplier of industrial machine tools and turnkey systems, has added Kitamura Machinery’s line of vertical, horizontal, 5-axis and double column machining centres to their milling and automation solutions line up.

“The Kitamura brand represents a commitment to quality and innovation and their service focus aligns with DiPaolo’s commitment to service. Our team of professionals can help leading manufacturers and production shops through providing turnkey systems, standalone machines, parts, service and applications support. We are specialists when it comes to accurate machining centres and Kitamura rises to the call,” said Nelson Martins, President of DiPaolo Machine Tools.

DiPaolo Machine Tools, which has been in the market for more than 50 years, supplies new, used and refurbished machine tools.

“DiPaolo Machine Tools' history of rebuilding complex machine tools and commitment to engineered solutions makes for a perfect partnership in representing Kitamura Machinery in Eastern Canada,” stated Dave Lucius, Vice President of Sales at Kitamura Machinery.  “We are looking forward to working with DiPaolo's multi-disciplined team to offer customers improved productivity with state-of-the-art machining centres that offer heavy-duty cutting performance, superior accuracy, operator convenience and long-term reliability.”   

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