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EMAG Announces Expansion with the Opening of EMAG Charlotte

(l-r) Conner Schmidt, Applications Engineer; Kirk Stewart, Vice President of Sales; and David Fitzgerald, Regional Sales Manager-Southeast

EMAG has expanded its operation in the United States by opening an additional office, EMAG Charlotte, in Charlotte, NC. With this addition, current and prospective customers located in the southeastern portion of the United States will have the ability to meet face to face with sales, applications and service personnel. By providing local support, EMAG will strive to foster the growth that the industry is experiencing throughout the region. EMAG Charlotte will operate as a branch office of EMAG L.L.C., located in Farmington Hills, MI, the North American headquarters for the EMAG Group.

"With the growth of EMAG's competitive Modular Standard machine portfolio, accessibility to new users has grown substantially; the Southeast is one of the fastest growing manufacturing hubs in the United States, driving EMAG's strategic decision to open EMAG Charlotte," said a company spokesperson.

"The unique configuration of EMAG's turning machine allows for the automatic self-loading of workpieces," continued the spokesperson. "The inverted, traveling spindle architecture creates an ideal environment for cleanliness, optimum chip flow and enhanced operator access. Coupled with the MINERALIT polymer concrete machine base, EMAG offers the best in class solution for tight tolerance production work."

EMAG also offers a range of technologies catered to similarly sized round parts. These additional technologies include power skiving, laser welding/hardening/cleaning, electro-chemical machining, hobbing, grinding, hard milling and induction hardening.

For more information contact:

EMAG Charlotte

1213 West Morehead St.

Charlotte, NC 28208


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