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Marcus Machinery Becomes Distributor for MAG, Saginaw Machine Systems

Marcus Machinery will distribute the companies’ machine tools in the Mid-Atlantic region. 

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representatives from MAG, SMS and Marcus Machinery

MAG and Saginaw Machine Systems (SMS) have named Marcus Machinery a strategic sales and service channel partner for the states of Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Both MAG and SMS are members of FFG, a global group of machine tool builders. 

“As we’ve strategically expanded our geographical coverage this past year, we’ve been looking to partner with a high-quality builder of horizontal machining centers and vertical lathes,” says Mark Henne, president of Marcus Machinery. “We’re excited to partner with MAG and Saginaw Machine Systems, and provide our customers with innovative solutions for their horizontal machining and vertical turning needs.” He goes on to say, “We feel the development of their exciting new MMH horizontal machining center will be a great fit in the Mid-Atlantic territory and is an excellent compliment to the other lines we represent.”

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