Growing demand for Sunrise brand ironworkers and punching machines is behind a new warranty announcement from Sunrise and its exclusive U.S. distributor, Trilogy Machinery, Inc. (Belcamp, MD). Together the companies have increased the standard warranty on Sunrise ironworkers and punching machines to three years on parts and one year on labor.
“Based on our explosive sales growth and history with Trilogy Machinery over the last 11 years, we have proven to have the highest rated ironworker on the market, and also the most reliable ironworker with the least amount of service required in the industry,” says Wayne Kao, president of Sunrise Ironworkers.
Trilogy Machinery stocks more than 50 Sunrise ironworkers, punching machines, horizontal benders, and CNC machines ready for quick delivery, as well as all of the spare parts including blades, switches, optional accessories, and more. It also maintains an in-house technical library with machine manuals, part schematics and CAD drawings for every Sunrise machine sold, all complemented by a team of traveling service technicians.
Since opening the doors of its 65,000-square foot Maryland facility in the 1970s, Trilogy has distributed over 2,500 machines and handles the parts, service and support for more than 5,000 metal fabricating machines including SweBend Bending Rolls, Sunrise ironworkers, Lemas bending rolls, Synergy bending rolls, BSP tube punches, and Inductaflex machines, as well as thousands of older Roundo bending rolls.
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