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Samchully Celebrates New Facility

New headquarters and a major investment in the latest machine tool technologies has this company poised to tighten its grip on the workholding market.

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Find a link below to a slideshow of photos taken at the grand opening.

Samchully Machinery Co. Ltd. celebrated the official opening of its new corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility in Incheon, South Korea, on Friday March 6, 2015, with friends who gathered from around the globe, including strategic business partners and members of the trade press. After the ribbon-cutting ceremony, President Hong Suk Seo addressed the crowd in the company’s spacious auditorium, saying “Samchully places technology and quality above all else. I believe that superior technology and quality are the result of skilled technicians and premium quality machinery.”

Both were on display immediately following Mr. Seo’s presentation when he personally led guests on a top-down tour of the facility, beginning with the rooftop soccer field and basketball court. From there visitors walked through various staging areas, watching technicians assemble manual, power and special chucks, drilling and tapping machines, rotary tables, and milling vises. Manufacturing operations are powered by machine tools from Doosan, DMG MORI and Gleason, including a new Yasda jig borer—the vast majority of this equipment was purchased specifically for the new facility, in fact. The event concluded with dining and musical entertainment in the company’s well-appointed cafeteria, where employees gather for their meals each day. Other amenities include locker and break rooms, a game room with ping pong tables and a café.

The day prior to the event, trade editors and Samchully dealers from Russia, France, Poland, South America, the U.K, the United States and Canada attended seminars and hands-on training sessions during which workholding devices were disassembled and then reassembled by company experts. Click here to view a slideshow of the new facility and the grand opening ceremony.