Negri Bossi & Sytrama Moving to Michigan

Injection machine and robot suppliers move from Delaware to Midwest.

Negri Bossi North America and sister company Sytrama USA are moving from New Castle, Del., to Plymouth, Mich., where they are also building a technical center. The 35,000 ft2 facility will house sales and service departments, a classroom, showroom and demonstration area, inventory and spare-parts storage, machine preparation and customization, and robot final assembly and preparation. On display for customer trials and demonstrations will be Negri Bossi injection machines up to 2200 tons and Sytrama robots. The facility is expected to open in October and will be available to local vocational technical colleges and universities for classroom and lab work.

This facility compliments the recent addition of service technicians in Michigan, Ohio, and Illinois, along with a new direct salesperson in the Illinois/Wisconsin territory.

Company President Tony Firth also says that new products announced at the K 2016 show in Germany, like the servohydraulic Canbio ST series, are now available in North America. He adds that “2017 will see the launch of several more exciting new products.”

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