Stiles Machinery Inc. has added Pro-Tech Machinery as a new distributor in California. Pro-Tech Machinery will exclusively represent the complete line of Stiles products for woodworking accounts in central valley California and western Nevada territories.
Pro-Tech Machinery, located in Rocklin, Calif., has been a woodworking supply company for more than 20 years specializing in computer controlled machinery. The company has a 3,500-square-foot technology showroom providing on-site machine and software training.
“Pro-Tech Machinery has significant expertise helping customers integrate computer controlled technology with traditional wood working methods,” says Mike Posey, regional sales manager. “This fits well with Stiles’ focus on solutions that simplify production processes and maximize efficiency.”
For additional information on Pro-Tech Machinery, please visit http://ptmachinery.net.
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