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SMTCL Americas Hosts Open House Event

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The company offered a number of discounts on the machine tools in its offering in collaboration with its partners.


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SMTCL Americas held its fourth annual open house event April 6, 2017, at its Technical Center in City of Industry, California. The event featured discounts on machines, cutting demonstrations and specialists from a variety of companies including Marposs, Index Designs, SurfCam, FANUC, Siemens, CimCool and Golden West Lubricants.

“This event was a great opportunity for customers to talk to leaders in the machine tool industry about products that can reduce cycle time, improve quality and reduce costs,” says Chad Turner, national sales representative. “Our customers need to compete with manufacturers all over the world and in addition to providing high-quality, cost-effective machine tools, SMTCL has developed relationships with large companies to provide special discounts to our customers.”

In addition to the machines, the event also highlighted the company’s newest service van. “The new service van was designed by the world-famous West Coast Customs in Burbank, California,” says Jerry McCarty, COO. “Our technicians in Southern California have stocked service vans with diagnostic tools and machine replacement parts to ensure our customers’ machines are running efficiently and accurately.”


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