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SYNOVA Announces Grand Opening of New U.S. Headquarters

SYNOVA S.A., a provider of advanced laser cutting systems, has announced the opening of its new 6,100 sq. ft., state-of-the-art facility in Totowa, NJ. The new U.S. technology center will support operations throughout North and South America with the latest Synova CNC machines incorporating its advanced waterjet laser cutting technology.

"Coming on the heels of record-setting sales in 2021, our new facility will play a pivotal role in 2022 and beyond, providing greater flexibility in demonstrating micro-machining technology to customers involved in the semiconductor industry, high-accuracy medical machining, diamond toolmaking, diamond manufacturing and aeroengine parts manufacturing," said Jacques Coderre, U.S. Business Manager.

"Our new micro-machining center (MMC) is not only a place to showcase our equipment, it is also a research and development center where our customers can collaborate with Synova engineers to demonstrate laser cutting technology," said Dr. Bernold Richerzhagen, Synova founder and CEO. "The new facility will feature both 5-axis and 3-axis systems that will be used for machine demos, application development work, customer training and contract machining."

The new Synova USA technical center is conveniently located in northern New Jersey, just 20 miles away from downtown New York City and 30 minutes away from Newark Liberty International airport.

For more information contact:

Synova USA, Inc (MMC)

60 Commerce Way

Totowa, NJ 07512


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