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Elliott Matsuura Canada Inc. has partnered with Takumi—a company under the Hurco umbrella—to supply machining centers in Canada.  

Takumi is a global machine tool builder that designs and builds box-way and linear-guide vertical machining centers, high speed bridge type, double column, and 5-Axis machining centers. 

“Takumi’ s product line together with Elliott’s service and support is a winning combination,” said Vince D’Alessio, president of Elliott Matsuura Canada Inc.

“Takumi is excited about our new partnership with Elliott to sell and support Takumi products throughout Canada. Their depth of support and experience is a perfect match for our company,” said Leanor Lin, managing director of Takumi.

Based in Oakville, Ont., Elliott has been supplying and supporting machine tools for the Canadian metal cutting industry since 1950.

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