New Intermac branches

The company from Pesaro, manufacture of numerical control machinery for the processing of glass and natural and synthetic stone, has added two new branches to its distribution network: INTERMAC AUSTRALIA and INTERMAC IBERICA.

In response to the strategy that requires a competent, qualified and capillary organisation at the service of customers, INTERMAC has thus decided to invest decisively in important markets such as those of Spain and Australia/New Zealand.INTERMAC AUSTRALIA made its official debut at the Sydney national exhibition, with a stand in which clients were given the opportunity to view some of the top products in the INTERMAC range at close quarters. The branch will be responsible for distribution and servicing on the Australian and New Zealand markets of glass and natural/synthetic stone processing machines.

The organisation has at its disposal an extensive stock of spare parts and grinding wheels, and a staff of technicians with extensive experience in the field of numerical control technology.
The main headquarters are in Sydney, but offices are also expected to be opened within the near future in all 5 Australian states and in New Zealand, to offer maximum support through highly trained, locally available staff.

INTERMAC IBERICA operates from Barcelona, and avails itself of a staff capable of providing full pre and post sales support throughout the country as regards glass processing machines. In the short-term this service is expected to be built up, with the addition of further technical staff spread evenly throughout the country.

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