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Elliott Matsuura Canada Inc. has signed an agreement with Methods Machine Tools Inc. to sell Fanuc Robocut and Robodrill machines in Canada.

Frank Haydar, president of Elliott Matsuura Canada, calls the deal a "winning combination" and adds that Elliott is "excited to get back into the EDM market and to see where this partnership will take us."

“Methods is excited about our collaboration with Elliott to sell and support Fanuc products throughout Canada. Their depth of support and experience is a perfect match for this partnership and our mutual customers will derive the greatest benefit” states Jerry Rex, president of Methods Machine Tool Inc.

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