Milltronics Announces Exclusive Distributorship Concept Machine Tool - MN
Concept Machine Tool (CMT) of MN has been appointed as exclusive distributor for the Milltronics CNC Machine product line in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. CMT has already been serving Milltronics’ customers in Wisconsin for more than two years.
According to Milltronics’ General Manager Paul Wichert, “We are very excited about this partnership to support the 2,000+ Milltronics machines already making companies prosperous in this market and to grow this market.” Concept Machine Tool President / CEO Craig Conlon added, “We know that owning the right equipment is just the start for our customers. Our number one goal is to support them by providing excellent service and applications support.”
Service, parts and applications will be handled out of CMT’s offices located in Minneapolis, MN and Delafield, WI. Milltronics CNC Machines will be featured at Concept’s Steakfest Open House, September 27-29, 2011 at CMT headquarters in Minneapolis.
Milltronics CNC Machines, based in Waconia, Minn., is a leading supplier of machine tools serving industry worldwide since 1973. No other company offers as many milling and turning machines for both toolroom and production environments. The company’s reputation is built on quality hardware and software products, plus exceptional customer service. It is part of the Liberty Diversified International family of companies. More information is available at www.milltronics.net.
Concept Machine Tool (CMT), established in 1974, is a full service machine tool distributor with headquarters located in Minneapolis, MN and branch office in Delafield, WI. CMT exclusively represents a variety of the finest machine tool manufacturers throughout the world and has kept abreast of technological change by representing the most sophisticated and advanced machines available today. More information is available at www.conceptmachine.com
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