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Buying a new machine?
– free advice before purchasing your new machine
As a manufacturer in the woodworking industry, you have the complex task of purchasing new machines. A decision that requires special knowledge and insight in conditions that are not normally considered.
Involve experienced technicians
It is a good idea to involve experienced technicians who normally relate to these decisions – also in relation to buying the correct tools.
Choose the right tools
The optimum tool and machine will improve your production
and give you:
- Improved working environment
- Less finishing
- High quality
- Fewer rejects
- Optimum machining speed
- Long tool life
- Good return on invested capital
Include your tool supplier
To make the right choice it is important to include your tool supplier as early as possible. We form a close partnership with our customer and the machine supplier in order to create the best overall solution on the market, giving you the lowest unit costs.
- Performance guarantee
- Delivery safety
- High quality and service
- Independent future
- Start-up help
- The lowest operating costs of the market
The choice is yours – choose the optimum solution.
Contact our experienced consultants and they will advise you on choosing the best solution for the task.
Phone 0045 97 14 14 11 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.