Euromec introduces MAUAL RPM, a cutting table dedicated to small companies

Euromec is pleased to introduce MAUAL RPM, a cutting table dedicated to small companies, as it can be used by one sigle operator (it can precisely cut 2,300 x 3,210 glass panes, whose thickness can vary from 3mm to 12mm).

Based in Italy, Euromec is specialised in producing cutting solutions for small and mid companies, having produced and sold more than 400 cutting tables worldwide.Euromec is looking for distributors (technically qualified) in all those countries where the company is not represented yet, as prices and quality offered are indeed very competitive.

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600450 Euromec introduces MAUAL RPM, a cutting table dedicated to small companies
Date: 4 November 2004
Source: Euromec

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