MC Machinery Opens Southeast Technology Center in North Carolina
The new 16,000-square-foot facility will provide MC Machinery customers throughout the region with local access to direct sales, service, application and training support.
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Metalworking and metal fabrication machine manufacturer MC Machinery Systems Inc. (Elkwood, Illinois) has opened a new Southeast Technology Center in Concord, North Carolina, featuring a showroom and offices for service and applications employees. The facility will provide MC Machinery customers throughout the region with local access to direct sales, service, application and training support.
The 16,000-square-foot facility, located at 703-G Pitts School Road NW, includes:
- A 13,500-square-foot showroom displaying the company’s range of manufacturing solutions, including Mitsubishi EDM and laser, milling, press brake and more
- A training area for onsite and virtual training
- A demo area for onsite and virtual demos
“The new technology center will support customers and dealers in the southeast U.S., including North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia,” says MC Machinery Vice President of Sales and Marketing Bill Isaac. “It also will be the home base for service technicians in that region.”
The center is managed by MC Machinery Southeast Regional Sales Manager (EDM) Jeff Grim and Southeast Regional Sales Manager (Laser, Press Brake, Automation) Adam McCullough.
MC Machinery’s dealers in the southeast region include BluTec Machinery (Hickory, North Carolina); Demmler Machinery (Cuddy, West Virgina); Cimarron Industrial Sales, Inc. (Benton, Tennessee); and Milam Machinery (Rome, Georgia).
A grand opening event will be held in 2021. Onsite press brake demos are now available by appointment. You can visit here to reserve a time.
In addition to MC Machinery’s corporate headquarters in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, it also has technology centers in Cypress, California, Pine Brook, New Jersey, Dallas, Texas, Querétaro, Mexico and Richmond Hill in Ontario, Canada.
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