Fanar joins SecoClick image to enlarge

Effective November 2, 2021 the Polish company Fabryka Narzędzi FANAR S.A. (Fanar), a manufacturer of solid round tools, has become part of the offering from Seco Tools.

Fanar will broaden the Seco product offering in solid threading, while also boosting Seco’s presence in the Polish market.

Fanar will initially operate as an independent company and continue to sell its products under the Fanar brand.

“I am very pleased that we now can strengthen our competence and experience within threading products and solutions,” says Oskar Edqvist, VP strategy & product management. “The fact that Fanar will become a part of the Seco Family will enhance our presence in the important Polish market and will create a platform to further grow business in the region."

The product offering from Fanar covers an extensive range of high-performance taps and other threading products as well as solid carbide drills and end mills.

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