3/11/2019

Tornos US to Host Grand Opening of Chicago Customer Center

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Recently appointed President Daniel Maerklin invites guests nationwide to see the center and partake in seminars and a preview of the new 7-mm SwissNano machine. 

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Tornos Technologies US Corp. will host a Grand Opening May 1-2, 2019, at its new Customer Center Chicago. With the theme of “Turning Together,” the event will commemorate 60 years since the Swiss company opened its first facility in the United States.

During the two open house days, the company will host seminars covering the topics of medical, automotive and electronics applications. Tornos US will also take the opportunity to preview its new, 7-mm SwissNano machine.

At 13,000 square feet, the new customer center includes a spacious showroom for each product in Tornos’ lineup, a large warehouse to accommodate spare parts inventory and more office space to promote employee growth. 

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