After Bole Machinery Inc., a unit of Chunglu Group, a subsidiary of Ningbo Shuangma Machinery Industry Co. Ltd., successfully opened its North American facility in Stow, Ohio, the Company continues to add exclusive sales agents to represent Bole Machinery in North America.
This month, Bole announced the signing of Millholland Conrad Inc., a machinery and auxiliary equipment manufacturers’ agency to represent Bole. After meeting with Mark Padgett, President and CEO of Millholland Conrad Inc., the two companies came to an agreement for Bole to join the extensive line of plastics machinery and equipment that Millholland Conrad represents, which includes Bekum, Yushin, Advantage Engineering and Motan to name a few.
“With local/regional technical service, Bole now provides better support for its customers in North America to ensure fast, superior assistance,” said Alfred Rak, Bole’s President and CEO. “We were impressed with the diversity of Millholland Conrad’s line that includes many different, well-known quality brands that gives them a broad approach to the plastics industry. With Millholland Conrad representing us we can also provide excellent sales and after-sale service, and we are excited about this opportunity to team up with them.”
Bole Machinery’s new facility provides a central showroom offering customers machine trials. With German technical design expertise, Bole Machinery provides complete precision injection molding solutions for global customers in the automotive, household appliance, and industrial markets including:
· Machines ranging from 70 to 6800-tons clamping force
· Machines available with 3-axis automation
· Fully trained team of U.S. service engineers
· Part exchange service for older machines
With 16 different series of injection molding machines and over 300 models, Bole Machinery offers a wide range of presses designed and developed for specific materials and applications to provide the precision required for the highest quality components. The range of products covers nearly 100 specifications and six main series, including Bole Machinery’s high-precision Two-Platen DK series; hydraulic servo EK-S series; and the FE (Fully Electric) series.
“The company will continue to maintain its focus on technology innovations, precision, efficiency and energy savings, as well as automation to improve the competitiveness of its customers, and establish a sustainable brand in the injection molding industry, added Rak.”
R to L Rick Sander, Mark Padgett, Andy Zarlinski, David McGowan, Cyril Liang, Alfred Rak
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