MILLTRONICS VM5025IL Click image to enlargeMilltronics USA, Inc., and EMEC Machine Tools, Inc., have signed a partnership agreement for distribution, service, and support of Milltronics Machine Tools. EMEC will distribute Milltronics products on an exclusive basis across the provinces of Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.

“We at EMEC are excited by this new addition to our product line and are confident our new partnership with Milltronics will be a success. With their excellent line of products and our shared commitment to superior support and service, we have all the ingredients to ensure a bright future for both of our companies. We look forward to working with the Milltronics team to provide our customers with some new exciting solutions.” Bill Mara, president of EMEC.

Milltronics USA, Inc., based in Waconia, Minn., is a machine tool serving job shops, tool rooms, tool & die and other metal cutting customers worldwide. With more than 14,000 machines installed, the company has built its reputation on well-built machines equipped with a straightforward control and backed by superior service and support.

“Canada has always been an important market for Milltronics. And while we always want to partner with a distributor that can help us sell machines, we really focus on those that do a great job taking care of the customer. EMEC has the capability and the track record of doing just that – before, during, and after the sale,” said Bill Bender, international business director for Milltronics USA.

EMEC will be offering sales, service, parts, training, and applications support for Milltronics customers within EMEC’s territories. EMEC has a combined team of 20 service and applications technician between the Mississauga and the Montreal offices. Both offices have a showroom to allow customers to see machines in action, prepare time-studies, host educational seminars, and meet with our team.

To learn more, visit www.emecmt.com

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