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6/1/2016

GMN USA Opens Sales, Service Center in Connecticut

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The opening by the Germany-based company is intended to represent its commitment to the North American market.

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Spindle technology company GMN USA has opened a new 28,000-square-foot facility in Bristol, Connecticut. It is the North American sales and service center for GMN, which is headquartered in Nuremberg, Germany. The new facility has allowed for expansion of the U.S. branch’s grinding and assembly departments as well as a larger test department.

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