Intermac in North America signs distribution agreement with Salem Distributing Company

Date: 17 June 2008
Source: Intermac America
Distribution Continues to Expand Throughout North America Intermac America, the leading manufacturer of glass and stone fabrication equipment and Biesse S.p.

A. subsidiary, has signed an agreement with Salem Distributing Company to represent Intermac’s glass machinery products throughout North America.

Salem has served the Flat Glass and Mirror market for over 70 years as a major supplier of equipment and supplies. The company markets beveling and edging machines, as well as complete silvering and laminating lines, straight line and shape edgers, waste water treatment systems, sandblasting units and washing machines. Intermac manufactures, sells and services CNC work centers, cutting tables and glass handling machinery, double edgers and drilling machines. Under the new agreement, Intermac’s Service Department will install all Intermac machinery and directly provide technical support, parts and service to Salem customers with Intermac products. Both Intermac and Salem noticed that their glass machinery portfolio complemented against each other well, and in fact the Intermac sales force will sell Salem machinery

lines to Intermac accounts.

Press Release

Intermac is investing significantly in North America overall, hiring additional staff as well as strengthening its dealer network in support of aggressive expansion plans. North American Glass Product Manager Carey Brayer is leading this effort. “This collaboration between the two strongest glass machinery sales and service organizations in North America provides our joint customers with the largest portfolio of high quality machinery”, commented Brayer. “Both Salem and Intermac customers are already realizing the benefits of this joint effort.”

ABOUT BIESSE S.p.A. – Founded in 1969 in Pesaro, Italy, Biesse S.p.A. is a leading manufacturer of woodworking, glass and stone fabrication equipment, supplying innovative engineering solutions to the panel machining and furniture making industries. # 1 in the manufacture and sale of CNC machines, Biesse S.p.A.’s products range from turnkey systems to individual machines, workstations and high-tech components. Along with an extensive global distribution network, Biesse S.p.A. has 18 subsidiaries on five continents and 2,400 employees. Biesse S.p.A.’s North American presence is comprised of woodworking divisions Biesse America (Charlotte, NC) and Biesse Canada (Montreal, QC), and Intermac America (Charlotte, NC), the

company’s stone and glass division. • • • • 

600450 Intermac in North America signs distribution agreement with Salem Distributing Company

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