11/15/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Okuma America Corporation Announces New Standard Warranty Programs

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Okuma America Corporation announces new standard warranty programs for new machine tool purchases effective immediately.

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Okuma America Corporation announces new standard warranty programs for new machine tool purchases effective immediately. The new, standard warranty includes coverage for all Okuma core and high tech products as well as OSP and FANUC controls. 

The core product lineup carries a standard, three-year machine warranty and a five-year warranty on Okuma OSP controls. Core products include GENOS horizontal lathes, LB3000 EX II horizontal lathes, LB4000 EX II lathes, GENOS vertical machining centers, MB-4000H horizontal machining centers and MB-5000H horizontal machining centers.

The high-tech product lineup carries a standard two-year machine warranty and a five-year warranty on Okuma OSP controls. High tech products include all non-core horizontal lathes, all vertical lathes, all non-core horizontal machining centers, all non-core vertical machining centers, all grinders and all double column machining centers.

All FANUC controlled machines carry a two-year warranty for the machine and control. Warranties for Okuma products also include one year of labor coverage.

“Our mission at Okuma is to passionately pursue a customer for life. Our new standard warranty shows our customers we stand behind them and their decision to purchase an Okuma machine tool. We take pride in creating a customer experience that is unrivaled in the marketplace and one that includes taking care of our customers at every stage of their business cycle,” said Jim King, company president and COO.

For more information about Okuma America Corporation’s new standard warranty visit https://www.okuma.com/introducing-okumas-new-warranty-program.

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