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Ingersoll expands its footprint with a new customer center

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The company's Customer Support Center is located near Munich.


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As the ninth fiber placement machine is put in production in Europe and two more are expected to be up and running before the end of the year, Ingersoll Machine Tools Inc. (Rockford, Ill.) is strengthening its presence in Europe: a new Customer Support Center opens in Germany, close to Munich.

"This initiative underlines the importance that Ingersoll places in closely working with our
partners and it is a long-term commitment to support them with our technological
superiority," says Dr. Tino Oldani, president and CEO of Ingersoll Machine Tools. "Our Fiber Placement Machines are supported by a comprehensive productivity package that enhances reliability, productivity and flexibility and our technological specialists work hand-in-hand with the end users to maximize the results," says Dipl.-Ing. Michael Muser.

Dipl.-Ing. Günter Stolz, who will manage the Customer Support Center, says "We will
have engineers, specialized service technicians and a large comprehensive supply of
of spare parts. This will establish a very close and effective cooperation with our
customers from the beginning of a project through the life of the machines.”



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