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 Yamazaki Mazak’s new Technology Centre Hungary officially inaugurated
 Yamazaki Mazak’s new Technology Centre Hungary officially inaugurated
 Yamazaki Mazak’s new Technology Centre Hungary officially inaugurated

Yamazaki Mazak’s new Technology Centre Hungary officially inaugurated

Added to MTDCNC by Yamazaki Mazak UK Ltd on 25 May 2016

On 11th of May 2016, Yamazaki Mazak, world leader in CNC machine tools, officially opened its new Technology Centre Hungary, the company’s 14th Technology Centre in Europe, with an international event attended by hundreds of visitors across several days.

The new Technology Centre Hungary, located in Soskut near Budapest, is not only a support base for local customers but also serves as a strategic base, allowing Yamazaki Mazak to extend the local access to technical support they can provide for nearby markets, such as Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia.

The architectural design of the new Technology Centre is as exciting as the range of new CNC metal cutting and laser processing machines that are on display. Covering almost 1,800m², the new facilities include a 736m² demonstration area, 50-seat learning auditorium, classroom teaching facilities, three meeting rooms and offices.

The new building was officially opened by Mr Takashi Yamazaki, Vice President of Yamazaki Mazak Corporation, who commented: “This new Technology Centre gives us the facilities for our application and service engineers to provide even better support to our customers in Hungary and the region. It is part of a global programme of investments including new Technology Centres that have been opened in Japan and China this month and a new large factory that we will start constructing this year in Japan.”

Speaking on behalf of guests, Dr. András Aradszki, Secretary of State for Energy Affairs, commented “I am certain that Mazak machines have already successfully served Hungarian manufacturing companies’ development and I am sure that, by opening this Technology Centre, this support will be continued at an even higher level.”

Across some six days Yamazaki Mazak welcomed hundreds of customers and partners to their grand opening event, including manufacturers from all industry sectors in Hungary and also visitors from more than five different countries. Special guided tours included a visit to the brand new demonstration area, where ten advanced new CNC machine tools were in live cutting action including INTEGREX and 5-Axis Multi-Tasking machines, CNC turning centres, horizontal and vertical machining centres, and laser processing machines. Also on display was Mazak’s SMOOTH Technology, which is the world’s fastest CNC system, and the new Training Academy.

Yamazaki Mazak’s new Technology Centre Hungary is now open for business and anyone who was not able to attend the recent event can register their interest by contacting info@mazak.hu.


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