MC Machinery Systems and ADIRA Form Partnership
MC Machinery Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation, and Adira, a Portuguese manufacturer, part of Sonae Capital portfolio, have formed a sales and service partnership.
MC Machinery Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation, and Adira, a Portuguese manufacturer, part of Sonae Capital portfolio, have formed a sales and service partnership to deliver quality press brakes throughout North America from 100 through 2000+ ton capacity machines.
Adira was established in 1956 in Porto, Portugal, manufacturing a variety of sheet metal working machinery. With over 162,000 square feet of production space, the company is capable of producing hundreds of quality machines for export all over the world. The company’s commitment to innovation and continuous improvement have linked its engineering department to universities and development institutes (University of Porto, MIT, INEGI, & INESC) in a network to develop and transfer innovations and knowledge.
MC Machinery Systems, Inc. has recently partnered with Adira to offer customers more products at economical prices, while providing an extensive network of service and support. MC Machinery Systems, Inc. is headquartered in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, with offices in California, New Jersey, Texas, North Carolina, Ontario, Canada and Queretaro, Mexico, with parts inventory in excess of $15 million. MC Machinery is well equipped to support all customers with full sales and technical staff.
The Adira press brake line offers customers the option to purchase a standard solution or customize with additional accessories and options. These hydraulic press brakes range from entry level up through high tonnage machines to meet the needs of a wide range of industries.
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