Amero Precision Opens U.S. Facility

The Mexican machine tool distributor’s new California facility will serve the U.S. West Coast.


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Amero Precision, a CNC machine tool distributor based in Mexico, has opened a new location in Pemona, California, to serve the U.S. West Coast region. The facility has a 4,000-square-foot showroom featuring machine tools under power for live demonstrations. 

From its California facility the company will primarily be offering machines from Priminer. Priminer, a German-Chinese manufacturer, specializes in vertical machining centers. 

Amero Precision has sold, supported and serviced machines—including Enshu and You-Ji machines from Japan and Taiwan, respectively—for some 25 years out of its location in Mexico City. The new facility in California will serve California, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona and Washington.


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