Biesse And Bacci Extend Exclusive Distribution Agreement To Canada

Date: 1 February 2010
Source: Biesse
Charlotte, NC January 28, 2010 – Biesse, the leading manufacturer of high-tech machinery and systems for wood, glass and stone, is now the exclusive distributor of Bacci machinery in Canada.

Building upon their partnership over the last year, the companies’ expansion of their distribution agreement establishes Biesse America and Biesse Canada as the sole distributors of Bacci machinery throughout North America, excluding the province of Ontario.
The decision to expand the agreement into Canada is the result of last year’s successful growth of the Bacci line in North America. The partnership has enabled both companies to utilize combined strengths and synergies, and continues to provide customers with superior levels of service, parts and technical support.
With 91 years of experience in the solid wood and chair markets, Bacci is an established worldwide leader in 5-axis CNC machining centers. Bacci’s proven expertise and cutting-edge technology is a natural fit with the ever growing offering of solid wood machinery from Biesse.
The partnership continues to provide shops of all sizes with the most technologically advanced and complete CNC machining solutions for applications in solid wood, furniture, plastics and composite materials. For more information on Bacci in North America, contact 1.877.5.BIESSE.

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