HYDMECH (Woodstock, ON) is cutting a path directly to their customers by exhibiting their full line of sawing equipment at FABTECH 2019 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL, on November 11-14. “We’re excited to be able to showcase our wares alongside our peers in the industry,” said Rick Arcaro, their vice president of sales and marketing. “This event is more than a trade show. It offers more than 100 learning sessions for business owners and leaders in the industry to push their business forward. We’re happy to help our colleagues and customers learn about our ever-expanding product line and how it can meet their needs.” Their new carbide saws are the latest examples of how the company is being proactive to deal with market demand. “Our heavy-duty carbide saw line offers more precise, reliable cutting tools for skilled manufacturers and workers to put to good use across America and around the world,” added Arcaro. Just one of their new carbide saws can do the work of five conventional band saws, without sacrificing quality. The equipment comes with the same assurance of reliability and top-line support that HYDMECH customers have come to expect. All sawing equipment on display will be under power to provide great opportunities to discuss sawing application questions with company sawing application specialists.
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