Heller Announces New Distribution Partnership

Dynamic Machine is now Heller Machine Tools’ distributor for the regions of Michigan, Western Pennsylvania and Canada.


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Heller Machine Tools L.P. has announced a new distribution partnership with Dynamic Machine, which will cover the regions of Michigan, Western Pennsylvania and Canada.

Dynamic Machine is owned and operated by founders Greg Sandler and Vince Mileto. The company provides advanced machining solutions to the metalcutting industry and is a trusted partner of several manufacturers and their global affiliates.

Dynamic Machine’s priority is to introduce technologies that can strengthen its customers’ abilities to compete in the markets they serve. Whether the solution involves a single stand-alone machine, multi-process equipment, or a fully integrated manufacturing system with automation, the goal remains the same — to optimize production methods and component quality at competitive prices.

Heller Machine Tools recently changed its business model in the North American market. The company has moved to both direct and distribution sales and service, giving customers a more local interface that can provide sales, engineering and customer support via its new distribution network while still maintaining its existing direct Key Account business.

“Dynamic Machine can provide our customer base with a high level of engineering and sales support. They provide excellent geographical coverage with their network of technical offices. This all means a better, more focused customer support experience for both existing and new customers,” says Stephen Pegram, director of Heller Machine Tools.


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