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Methods Machine Tools Expands Operations, Presence In Southern California.

November 4, 2013
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Sudbury, MAU.S.A.– Methods Machine Tools, Incannounced their presence and operations in Southern California with the addition of Steve Raucci as general manager.  They will be opening a new, expanded technology center in Anaheim, CA.  New applications, sales and service staff are also being added to support the expansion. (http://www.methodsmachine.com)

“We are pleased to announce the appointment of Steve Raucci as General Manager of our Southern California operations and our new, expanded Technology Center,” said Bryon Deysher, president & CEO, Methods Machine Tools, Inc.  “With Steve’s established Methods’ track record and machine tool sales and management experience, in addition to the new center and personnel, we anticipate growth and enhanced customer support in the vital Southern California region.”

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