Yamazen to Host Grand Opening at Northeast Technical Center

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The importer and distributor’s new Connecticut facility will offer machine tools, automation, quality and inspection products, applications and service, and support to the Northeast region.


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Yamazen Inc. is hosting a grand opening at its new Northeast Technical Center and Showroom. The event will take place May 15-16 at the 14,000-square-foot facility in Newington, Connecticut. 

The technical center will provide a variety of manufacturing solutions to the Northeast, including machine tools, automation, quality and inspection products, applications, service, and support. The building will contain an 8,000-square-foot showroom along with a dedicated turnkey and automation area, and a conference room for training opportunities.

The facility will also include Matsuura Machinery USA Inc.’s East Coast center, combining Yamazen and Matsuura in the same location for the first time. Matsuura’s engineering team will be on site to provide additional resources to East Coast customers.

The grand opening event will have 13 CNC machines on display from Brother International Corp., Matsuura Machinery USA Inc., Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America Inc. and Takisawa Inc. It will also feature workholding and tooling vendors.

To register for the event, attendees can contact Joe Giannitti at Yamazen by calling 800-882-8558 ext. 1113 or emailing joegiannitti@yamazen.com.


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