Tsugami, Rem Sales Celebrate 40th Anniversary of Partnership
Tsugami and Rem Sales have announced that 2018 marks the 40th anniversary of their partnership.
In 1978, the companies partnered to make Rem Sales the exclusive source of Precision Tsugami CNC machine tools in North America. Headquartered in Windsor, Connecticut, Tsugami/Rem Sales, a division of Morris Group Inc., provides machine tools and engineering expertise through an extensive network of authorized distributors and two technical centers in Fullerton, California, and Roselle, Illinois.
Brad Morris, CEO and president of Morris Group Inc., says, “We are proud to offer only the best machines to the manufacturing industry.”
Over the years, Tsugami/Rem Sales and Morris Group Inc. have worked to offer transformative solutions to the machine tools market, including a whirling unit for thread cutting and the Tsugami LaserSwiss machine line. Most recently, the LaserSwiss has been equipped with two laser heads, one for cutting and another for welding.
"We at Rem Sales are incredibly honored to have such a longstanding partnership with Precision Tsugami," says Michael Mugno, vice president of Tsugami/Rem Sales.
Rem Sales is celebrating its 40th year with Tsugami by increasing its engineering staff, hiring more product managers, offering new machines and integrating more technology options into its Swiss-type machines.
As an additional part of the 40th anniversary celebration, the Rem Sales’ website, remsales.com, has been updated with a user-friendly machine database and now includes a resources section with news, events, customer testimonials and videos. The services tab provides information on Tsugami parts, engineering solutions, customer support, various training classes and special financing options.
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