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5/25/2018

Muratec Partners with Canadian Distributor

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Muratec is expanding its turning center product line into the Canadian market through its new partnership with Ferro Technique.

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Muratec is expanding its turning center product line into the Canadian market through a partnership with Ferro Technique.

Headquartered in Ontario, Ferro Technique has distributed machine tools since 1952. Its line of services includes engineering support, consultation and maintenance.

“Ferro Technique has represented machine tools for many years in Canada. It brings an outstanding reputation with many important customers,” says Steve Landrum, Murata Machinery, U.S. national sales manager.

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