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2/8/2017

Allied Machine & Engineering Acquires Specialty Rotary Cutting Tool Maker

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Superion Inc. makes specialty solid carbide and PCD-tipped tools.

Allied Machine & Engineering (AME; Dover, Ohio), a manufacturer of holemaking and finishing tooling systems, has purchased Superion Inc. (Xenia, Ohio).

Superion has built its reputation as a manufacturer of special solid carbide and PCD-tipped rotary cutting tools such as end mills, reamers, drills and step tools.

“By acquiring Superion, Allied has added a wealth of over 50 years of experience in special tool manufacturing,” says Bill Stokey, AME president and CEO. “Their highly-skilled associates operate CNC equipment and utilize sophisticated quality control systems to ensure the highest standards of quality.”

Customer sales and support will continue to be provided by both AME and Superion.

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