Modig signs distribution deal with EMEC Machine ToolsClick image to enlargeEMEC Machine Tools Inc., Mississauga, ON, has added a new machine tool line to its product offerings for customers in Eastern Canada from Modig Machine Tool US Inc., Chicago, IL.

EMEC has signed a multi-year distribution agreement and will assume exclusive end user distribution of the full Modig product line in Eastern Canada. EMEC will also provide installation and warranty services.

 EMEC and Modig are both known for quick response and professional services, says David J. Waldron, president of Modig US. "Modig's innovative technology, optimized for the aircraft industry, is recognized for dramatic reduction in production time, leading to lower manufacturing costs. Founded in 1948 and focusing on the aircraft industry since 1988, Modig has continuously enhanced its reputation through its HHV extrusion mill and six-axis FlexiMill. Coupled with EMEC's solid reputation built over twenty years of providing highest quality products and support, we can now bring an outstanding value proposition to our Canadian customer base."

Bill Mara, president of EMEC, adds that "Modig builds some of the finest machining tools we've seen. Our mutual ability to address customer challenges in component manufacturing for aluminum and composites is key to contributing to customers' success. Modig's approach of building long term relationships mirrors ours and I am confident our customers will enthusiastically welcome this extensive addition to the products we represent."

Modig was founded in Virserum, Sweden, in 1948 by six brothers, including David J. Waldron's grandfather. Modig established a US office in 2014.

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