China Machine Tool Showroom for MHI

Press Release
Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) to open showroom at Changshu Machine Tool Production Plant to enhance support for customers and users in China

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) is to open a showroom of the company's machine tools within its machine tool production plant in Changshu, Jiangsu Province.

With the showroom MHI aims to demonstrate the high-performance features of its machine tools, including gear cutting machines, as well as the company's ability to respond to customer needs; at the same time the new facility will also enhance user support, including consultation on technical matters and trial cutting.

The new machine tool showroom will be opened at Changshu Ryoju Machinery Co., Ltd., where MHI has been producing gear cutting machines since April 2011. It will initially exhibit MHI's best-selling GE15A dry-cut gear hobbing machine, which was MHI's first machine tool produced at the plant. The GE15A performs machining completely without use of cutting oil.

Within the new showroom, personnel will be on hand to guide visitors, perform trial cutting, and offer consultation on machining techniques and machine operation. Precision cutting tools and machined workpieces will also be on display.


 

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