TechFab, a Komet Service PartnerClick image to enlarge

TechFab, Montreal, QC, is the second Canadian partner to join Komet Service, a network Komet created that consists of specialists in the fabrication and refurbishment of solid carbide tools who adhere to Komwr processes and quality standards to provide customers superior tooling for their applications. 

 

The first Canadian partner was Castelar Tool, Mississauga, ON.

As a Komet Service partner, TechFab will serve customers in the Eastern half of the province of Quebec, from the Ontario border to Quebec City and Saint-Georges-de-Beauce.

The Komet Service Partners offer customers everything under one roof: the possibility to get Komet tools, as well as tools of other brands refurbished and re-coated, access to standard and simple special carbide tools, and expert field support. This includes pickup and delivery services, emergency services when required, complete evaluation of used tools, quotes and pricing on new special and standard tools, and the support of the KOMET brand, a global technology leader for metal cutting tools and tooling solutions for hole making.

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