October 23, 2018
Metal Working Solutions Company belonging to Mitsubishi Materials Corporation (President: Naoki Ono, Capital: US$1.064 billion) announces the Grand Opening of a new Machining Technology and Education Center (MTEC) in North America. The MTEC has relocated from Illinois to North Carolina to increase the size and capabilities of training, technical support and customer support projects, as well as offering year round easy access due to the pleasant climate in North Carolina.
Mitsubishi Materials U.S.A. Corporation builds up resources, technical capabilities and solutions to suit our customers' needs in many industries with focus in Medical, Aerospace, Automotive, Oil & Gas and Engineering. With the upgraded MTEC and the industry focus, MMUS will continuously enhance our presence in United States, Canada and Central America.
We have well-experienced engineers and high-performance CNC machines* to offer training for customers and sales distributors, technical support and solutions regarding cutting tools for manufacturing customers.
Our Metal Working Solutions Company have medium and long term goals to be a global player. We will make efforts in providing technical support and solution regarding cutting tools for further development as a global player. This development of our training and technical capabilities is an affirmative action of reaching those short and long term goals.
This MTEC is now home for the Engineered Carbide Products group consisting of Hard Materials and Rock Tools, which relocated from their Statesville, North Carolina facility about 20 miles north of Mooresville. This location is home to the sales office and east coast distribution center of Engineered Carbide Products division.
The Metalworking Solutions Company seeks to become a global player capable of providing high value-added products and service solutions by pursuing the medium- and long-term goals under the long-term management strategy. It continues to provide technical support for cutting equipment and solutions through its global facilities and technical centers operating in Japan, U.S.A., Germany, Spain, Thailand and China.