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Methods Machine Tools Expands Operations in Southern California



Methods Machine Tools, Inc. is increasing its presence and operations in Southern California with the addition of Steve Raucci as General Manager and the opening a new, expanded technology center in Anaheim, CA. New applications, sales and service staff are also being added to support the expansion.

"We anticipate growth and enhanced customer support in the vital Southern California region," said Bryon Deysher, President & CEO, Methods.

"The expanded operations, key new personnel and support are critical to Methods' west coast strategy," said Fernando R. Garcia, Methods' General Manager based in Northern California. Garcia recently joined the company to head up Methods' west coast operations.

Raucci was a Western Regional Manager for Methods Machine Tools since 2004. Prior to that, he ran businesses in Arizona and Illinois selling and servicing EDM products.

The new Southern California Technology Center will be approximately 12,000 sq. ft. and will replace Methods' previous center located in Buena Park, CA. The larger technology center will include a spacious showroom and classroom, and accommodate a full complement of Methods' machines under power.

The center will have the latest machine tool and automation technology with application experts on site. Machines will include Citizen turning centers, FANUC RoboDrill VMCs and wire EDM Machines, FEELER high performance machining centers and turning centers, Yasda precision machining centers, KIWA-Japan HMCs, metrology technology including VisionGauge digital optical comparators, tooling, spare parts and more.

For more information contact:

Methods Machine Tools, Inc.

65 Union Avenue

Sudbury, MA 01776

978-443-5388

sales@methodsmachine.com

www.methodsmachine.com

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