It was elbow-bumps all around as Alberta Premier Jason Kenney joined Ray Buxton at the grand opening of Mazak's Edmonton Technical Centre. PHOTO: Chris Schwarz/Government of AlbertaClick image to enlargeAlberta Premier Jason Kenney cut the ribbon during the grand opening of Mazak Corp.'s Canada  new technical centre in Edmonton, Alta. 

The facility is strategically located in Western Canada to provide local access to direct sales, service, application and training support. 

Ray Buxton, general manager of Mazak Canada, says the new Edmonton Technical Centre establishes Mazak as the only machine tool OEM with a facility in Western Canada. 

In addition to Alberta, the technical centre will support customers in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and B.C., specializing in industries that include oil and gas, agriculture, maritime, aerospace, mining, forestry and others. 

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Jason Kenney visits Mazak's Edmonton Technical Centre. PHOTO: Chris Schwarz/Government of AlbertaClick image to enlarge

Jason Kenney visits Mazak's Edmonton Technical Centre. PHOTO: Chris Schwarz/Government of AlbertaClick image to enlarge


Jason Kenney visits Mazak's Edmonton Technical Centre. PHOTO: Chris Schwarz/Government of AlbertaClick image to enlargeJason Kenney visits Mazak's Edmonton Technical Centre. PHOTO: Chris Schwarz/Government of AlbertaClick image to enlargeRibbon cutting at Mazak's Edmonton Technical Center. PHOTO: Chris Schwarz/Government of AlbertaClick image to enlarge

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