New Tungaloy production facilityClick image to enlargeTungaloy Corp. has completed a significant expansion of its production operations at its headquarters in Japan.

New Tungaloy facilityClick image to enlargeSince becoming part of the IMC group in 2008, the company has invested heavily in Tungaloy’s manufacturing facilities in Japan. The initial expansion in 2011 had expanded Tungaloy’s capacity to provide additional state of the art product to its customers.New Tungaloy facilityClick image to enlarge

Responding to increasing market demands the expansion has enabled Tungaloy to meet these demands and offer additional capacity for it’s premium quality cemented carbide inserts, milling tools, indexable drills and CBN (one of only a few manufacturers) to the market.

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