GF Machining Solutions Opens New Facility
The new 106,000 sq ft facility offers sales, service and applications support for West Coast customers.
GF Machining Solutions (Lincolnshire, IL) has opened a state-of-the-art facility in Southern California. This “Center of Competence” is part of a brand new, 106,000 sq ft Georg Fischer campus in Irvine, Orange County.
With its large machine demonstration space, customer training rooms and resources for sales, service and applications staff, as well as an extensive spare parts and consumables warehouse, this impressive facility will further strengthen support for West Coast customers.
The region’s manufacturers will have the opportunity to experience what the leading provider of high-speed machines, EDM, laser texturing and automation solutions can offer them at an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled for October 9-10 in Irvine. During the event, visitors can tour the facility and consult with application and product specialists from GF Machining Solutions.
According to Gisbert Ledvon, the director of business development for GF Machining Solutions, “We are committed to continuously offering the highest level of customer application support. This commitment is evident in the opening of our Center of Competence in California. We look forward to providing our West Coast customers with even more of the solutions they need to maximize the productivity and profitability of their operations.”
GF Machining Solutions in the world’s leading provider of machines, automation solutions and services to the tool and moldmaking industry and manufacturers of precision components. The company’s portfolio includes EDM machines, high-speed and high-performance milling machines, clamping and palletization systems, 3D laser texturing machines, automation solutions, spare and consumable parts and other customer services.
A division of Georg Fischer Group (Switzerland), the company maintains a presence of 50 sites around the world employs 2,873 team members and generates annual sales in excess of $985 million.