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Kitamura Partners with Great Lakes Machinery

Kitamura Machinery, a manufacturer of precision horizontal, vertical and 5-axis machining centers, announced that Great Lakes Machinery has been awarded exclusive rights to represent the company's products in Upstate New York.

Family owned and operated, Great Lakes Machinery has over 40 years' experience selling, installing, training and servicing CNC machine tools.

"Great Lakes Machinery takes immense pride in announcing its partnership with Kitamura Machinery in Upstate New York," said Thomas McArdle, President of Great Lakes Machinery. "Since 1989, we have been servicing customers throughout western and central New York, from Albany to Buffalo, with the motto 'Business with Integrity,' which we take very seriously. This exciting new partnership allows us to provide our customer base with high-quality, high-precision Japanese machine tools that feature a level of craftsmanship, accuracy and ingenuity second to none."

Every Kitamura machining center is designed with deflection-free construction, simplicity of operation and enhanced precision, according to the company. "Craftsmanship in hand scraping, solid box guide ways and gear-driven spindle technology combine with state-of-the art innovations to last longer than competitive machines, continuing to provide a return on investment long after units from other manufacturers have been replaced," said a company spokesperson.

"We are very excited to partner with the team at Great Lakes," said David Lucius, Kitamura's Vice President of Sales. "They have a long history of providing quality machine tools to customers in Upstate New York. Great Lakes' reputation for outstanding service and support will enable our Kitamura users to increase profitability."

For more information contact:

Thomas McArdle

Great Lakes Machinery

4 Lancaster Pkwy.

Lancaster, NY 14086


David Lucius

Kitamura Machinery of USA, Inc.

78 E. Century Drive

Wheeling, IL 60090


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