Sandvik Coromant Opens New Facility in California

Sandvik Coromant, the world's leading producer of tools for the metal cutting industry, is pleased to announce the opening of a new productivity center in Cypress, CA.

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The 17,051 square-foot facility represents a huge investment in California's manufacturing sector and will strengthen its presence in the southwest by offering customers manufacturing training resources.

Serving customers throughout the metalworking field within all major industries, the new facility is designed to help manufacturers maximize their metal cutting operations by offering a balance of theory-based training courses, technical seminars and hands-on machining demonstrations. In addition, the productivity center will be staffed with training specialists and machining experts that will educate customers in methods for improving efficiency and productivity in metal cutting.

The new Sandvik Coromant Productivity Center will be the fifth of its kind in North America, joining facilities in Fair Lawn, N.J.; Schaumburg, Ill.; Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; and Monterey, Mexico.

The facility will open its doors on Tuesday, April 3, 2012 for an Open House event. Beginning at 11:00 a.m., the Open House will feature facility tours, executive meet and greets, technical presentations and live machine demonstrations. Attendees will also have the opportunity to speak with technical experts from Sandvik Coromant.

"Our productivity centers around the world combine theory with a great deal of hands-on practice and training for our customers," said Robert Page, Productivity Center and Training Manager. "There is a huge customer base in the southwest region that we will now be able to provide support and training to better meet the challenges and opportunities in their business."

The Productivity Center will focus on helping American manufacturers maximize their productivity and profitability through understanding and application of the latest technologies in cutting tools, machine tools and machining processes.

To learn more or to register for the April 3rd Open House event, please visit