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Grob Partners with New Distributor for Wisconsin, Michigan

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Premier Machine Tool Midwest will sell and service Grob’s five-axis machining centers and automation systems.

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Grob Systems (Bluffton, Ohio) has announced a new partnership with Premier Machine Tool Midwest (Hartland, Wisconsin). That company will assume sales and service for Grob’s line of five-axis universal machining centers and automation systems in Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Mark Schem, Grob regional sales manager, says he was impressed by Premier’s experience as a machine tool service provider to many of the top manufacturers in Wisconsin. “Premier is focused on the customer’s success before and after the machine is installed. Support and implementation of new technology are equally important to guaranteeing our customers’ success.”

As an added level of service, new machine installations, technical support and replacement parts are directly supported by the Grob Systems factory in western Ohio. 

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