The facility will provide MC Machinery customers with access to direct sales, service, application and training supportClick image to enlargeMC Machinery has opened a new Southeast Technology Centre in Concord, N.C., featuring a showroom and offices for service and applications employees.

The metalworking and metal fabrication machine manufacturer has a similar technical centre in Richmond Hill, Ont.

The facility will provide MC Machinery customers with access to direct sales, service, application and training support. 

The 16,000-square-foot facility includes: 

  • A 13,500-square-foot showroom displaying the company’s range of manufacturing solutions, including Mitsubishi EDM and laser, milling, press brake and more
  • A training area for on-site and virtual training 
  • A demo area for on-site and virtual demos

The centre is managed by MC Machinery Southeast Regional Sales Manager (EDM) Jeff Grim and Southeast Regional Sales Manager (Laser, Press Brake, Automation) Adam McCullough.  

A grand opening event will be held in 2021. On-site press brake demos are now available by appointment.

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