Optimizing tools and equipment using real-time data is just one of the many benefits the Walter-Comara venture will bring to customers in the US.
The new facility is approximately twice the size of the previous space to better serve customers, and holds an expanded showroom, training area and replacement parts inventory.
Walter Friedrich, president of GMTA (German Machine Tools of America) recently announced the promotion of Scott Knoy to vice president for the company. Mr. Knoy joined GMTA on July 1, 2005, back when the company was known as American Wera.
This certification means that the company practices a quality management system (QMS) that consistently meets customer expectations.
The relationship will combine the two company’s expertise in projects including R&D, engineering, open house events, trade show appearances and technical seminars.
Jason Wilburn's experience includes industrial nondestructive testing, industrial services to petrochemical and power generation facilities, along with industrial cleaning.
Mr. Gentile has been supplying technical information regarding lubricants and all other forms of metalworking manufacturing for more than 10 years.
Both companies will share technical data and best practices on machining applications and programs, participate in joint seminars and training events at each other’s technology centers.
ANCA Inc. will expand its plant in Wixom, Michigan, by 50 percent, expanding its inventory and spare parts warehouse capacity, adding a dedicated customer focus and training center, and doubling its machine demonstration area.
Multiple standard machine models and configurations are available, but TecnoMacchine also configures each machine to suit a customer’s specific needs.