REGO-FIX Announces New Center for Machining Excellence in Indiana
Focusing on “Productivity through Partnership,” Swiss tooling manufacturer REGO-FIX, inventor of the standard-setting ER collet, has announced plans to build a state-of-the-art technical hub for the machining industry at its North American headquarters. The new Center for Machining Excellence (CME) will be a 12,000-square-foot expansion to the company’s existing facility at 4420 Anson Blvd. in Whitestown, Indiana.
Conveniently located, the REGO-FIX facility is only a short 30-minute drive from Indianapolis International Airport and provides CME manufacturing and educational partners a premier facility with a central gateway to North America’s manufacturing corridor. Partners will gain a competitive advantage with direct access to customers, prospects, training opportunities and markets throughout the country. It will also provide local universities and technical schools a unique opportunity to engage with REGO-FIX for hands-on learning experiences.
CME partners will be able to capitalize on the world-class REGO-FIX manufacturing brand. With access to the company’s facilities and technical expertise, partners can establish a satellite location for higher U.S. market presence and penetration, while enhancing the customer experience.
CME partner amenities include furnished private office spaces with storage, showrooms with adjoining hospitality spaces, dedicated areas for live partner technology demonstrations and an impressive 165-inch video wall with advanced audio-visual equipment for presentations and recordings. There will also be opportunities for inventory storage and order fulfillment support.
The REGO-FIX CME initiative reflects the company’s Triangle of Core Values of Integrity, Excellence and Growth. The facility and all it offers also further strengthens the company’s position as an industry leader producing the very best in Swiss precision products that empower customers to reach their maximum potential.
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