UNITED GRINDING North America Launches STUDER Stud-E Bucks Program
United Grinding North America has announced a special program that expands access to the company’s comprehensive range of solutions.
Committed to helping manufacturers across the continent make the most of their budgets when upgrading cylindrical grinding equipment, United Grinding North America has announced a special program that expands access to the company’s comprehensive range of solutions. For every qualified purchase of one of the company’s in-stock Studer machines, manufacturers will receive five percent back in Stud-E Bucks for use on any United Grinding North America product or service.
Named for Studer’s robotic mascot, which is making its North American debut as part of this promotion, Stud-E Bucks function as a form of budget insurance. For every new qualifying Studer machine, manufacturers receive five percent back to use on productivity-boosting equipment like the company’s automation solutions’ flexLoad system, powerful software from the company’s Digital Solutions or expert training from the company’s customer care division. Stud-E Bucks can also go towards the refurbishment of used grinding equipment through the rebuild department or on another new grinding machine.
The Stud-E Bucks promotion ends on November 30, 2019, and only applies to qualifying Studer machine models purchased and delivered before December 31, 2019. In addition to the new Studer favorit400 and favorit1600, qualifying machines for the Stud-E Bucks promotion include the favoritCNC 650, favoritCNC 1000, S151, 131, S122, S110, S11, and the legacy S33 model. Additional terms and conditions apply; visit grinding.com/Stud-EBucks for more information and the most up-to-date list of qualified machines.
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