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Star SU Offers Neher Group’s PCD Tooling in North America

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Neher Group has a strong presence in the European automotive and aerospace industries.


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Star SU LLC and Neher DIA GmbH & Co. KG have entered a joint-venture partnership that enables Star SU to sell Neher’s PCD tooling portfolio in North America. The addition of Neher’s comprehensive line of diamond tools, including finish reamers, combination tools and PCD/cBN inserts, complements Star SU’s current cutting tool offering to provide a full service turnkey solution.  

David Goodfellow, president of Star SU LLC is very pleased with the new partnership: “Neher carries a strong presence in automotive, aerospace and woodworking in Europe, and we are excited to expand our product line to best support our customer base.”

Neher Group president, Gerd Neher, agrees: “By combining Star SU’s extensive  network in the North American industry and Neher’s technological expertise in the field of precision tools, we formed a very powerful cooperation to serve the American market.”

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