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5/5/2016

Milltronics Distributed in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania

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21st Century Machine Tools and Allegheny Machine Tool Systems Inc. are now exclusive distributors.

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Milltronics USA Inc. (Waconia, Minnesota) has appointed two exclusive distributors. The New Jersey-based 21st Century Machine Tools will distribute Milltronics products in New Jersey and southeastern New York, including service, parts, sales, installation, training and applications. Pennsylvania-based Allegheny Machine Tool Systems Inc. (AMTSI) will distribute to western Pennsylvania. 

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