Grob Systems, CNC Pros Partner on Sales, Service
Grob Systems has partnered with CNC Pros on sales and service of Grob’s line of five-axis machining centers and automation systems in Arizona.
Grob Systems (Bluffton, Ohio) has partnered with CNC Pros (Phoenix, Arizona). CNC Pros will assume sales and service for Grob’s line of five-axis universal machining centers and automation systems in Arizona.
Ray Beauregard Jr., founding partner of CNC Pros, says the company was impressed with Grob’s approach to five-axis machining as well as with its HMC platform, retractable spindle and single-sided trunnion.
“CNC Pros has built a solid reputation for fast and dependable customer support,” says William Vejnovic, vice president of sales at Grob Systems. “Even with our factory service and parts right here in Ohio, our customers find it reassuring that the local Grob distributor has the knowhow to support them before and after the installation.”
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