GMC - Used Equipment for Flat Glass Processing

Date: 21 September 2005
Source: GMC
Offering a broad range of flat glass pre-processing and processing technology through a global network of sales offices and technical expertise, providing customers with consultancy and after-sales assistance.

Set up by Johan Coenen in August 1997 and with its head office in Maastricht, the Netherlands, GMC - Glass Market Consultancy buys and sells only used processing equipment. This may seem a relatively simple operation but, as anyone who has visited or done business with the company will tell you, GMC performs it in a way perhaps more normally associated with a top machinery producer. The approach is highly professional, with great emphasis placed on transparency, on fully informing the customer about the status of the machine in which they are interested, arranging delivery and installation if required and, when applicable, providing warranty-defined after-sales assistance.

GMC deals worldwide but mainly in European-made machinery, divided into four processing areas:
A.pre-processing (cutting, edging, bevelling, drilling, washing machines);
B.insulating glass production lines;
C.laminated glass production lines;
D.tempering furnaces.

GMC strongpoints
• over 200 machines immediately available
• most leading European manufacturers stocked
• stock variety: belt grinders to full IG and laminating lines
• expert technical assistance
• warranties on reconditioned machines
• support from manufacturers

600450 GMC - Used Equipment for Flat Glass Processing

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