Bystronic announces new representation in Western Canada

Date: 13 January 2012
Bystronic Inc., Elgin IL, announces new distributor representation in Western Canada with the addition of the well established Akhurst Machinery Company.

Founded in 1938, Akhurst Machinery has grown to become one of the largest independent equipment distributors in Canada with a strong commitment to providing quality products and superior service. With offices strategically located in Western Canada, Akhurst provides local sales & technical support for its growing customer base. Bystronic, a Swiss based company, is a leading global manufacturer of innovative precision laser and waterjet cutting machinery, press brakes, system software, and automated material handling solutions for the processing of metal and other sheet materials. North American sales and service facilities are located in Toronto, Canada and Elgin, Illinois, USA.

About Bystronic

Bystronic Inc. has offered customers single source service expertise for over 30 years, providing laser cutting, waterjet cutting, press brakes, automation, system software and customer training and support. The company’s North American headquarters is located in Elgin, IL. Offices are also located in Toronto, Canada and Guadalajara, Mexico. For more information on Bystronic Inc., visit

600450 Bystronic announces new representation in Western Canada
Date: 13 January 2012

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