More than successful. WTO established as market leader in US
WTO has powerfully demonstrated leadership in the US market on their 1.000 square feet booth. Several new products and selected static and driven toolholders were shown to a large number of visitors. Among the products on display were the new and innovative thread whirling unit for Swiss Type turning center models and the compact and rigid gear hobbing unit.
Like in the last years different turning centers of leading manufactures (DMG/MORI SEIKI, MAZAK, OKUMA, EMCO, etc.) were equipped with WTO tools. “Leading manufacturers using leading technology”, stated Allen D. Rupert (Vice President WTO Inc.).
At IMTS american customers attesting WTO Inc. to be an reliable partner.
“Of course WTO will be here again in 2012”, a visibly impressed Sascha Tschiggfrei says.
Impressions of IMTS 2010:
Multiply your Productivity - the guiding slogan of the US team
(f.r.t.l.: Allen Rupert (Vice President), Matthew Mayer (National Sales Manager), Sascha Tschiggfrei (President), Erik Bergman (Sales Manager) and Bill McLauchlan (Service Manager).
Sascha Tschiggfrei (right) demonstrates new products to the impressed Sandvik Product Specialist Erik Iselén (middle) and Sandvik Product Manager Jim Grimes (left).
WTO´s thread whirling unit presented on the Sandvik booth.
Head of Export Paul Horn GmbH, Harald Haug (left), has shown up to appreciate WTO´s thread whirling unit equipped with his cemented carbide tools.
WTO´s thread whirling unit presented on the Paul Horn booth.
Service where it's needed
At WTO quality does not end with the product, it continues with our aftermarket service. Therefore we service the North American market with their factory owned service facility located in Charlotte, North Carolina. WTO customers appreciate the competent and professional repair service from WTO’s own specialists.
14301-A South Lakes Drive
Charlotte, NC 28273
Phone: +1 704 714 7765
Fax.: +1 704 714 7767
The International Manufacturing Technology Show 2010 signaled a strong comeback in global manufacturing. Total registration for the six-day event, which ran from Sept. 13-18 at McCormick Place in Chicago, was 82,411. IMTS covered 1,140,000 square feet of exhibit space with 1,728 companies exhibiting in 1,180 booths.
The next IMTS will be Sept.10-15 in 2012.
For everybody and all the rest – WTO shows up with a comprehensive portfolio.
WTO has presented several new products on his 500 square feet booth. Static and driven toolholders were shown to a large number of visitors. Further the new and innovative thread whirling unit for Swiss Type turning center models and the rigid gear hobbing units for higher gear excellence on turning centres.
Like in the last years different turning centres of leading manufactures (EMCO, MORI SEIKI, MAZAK, OKUMA, MAIER, etc.) have been equipped with WTO tools.
“Numerously and positively motivated dialogues with our customers have been held”, Sascha Tschiggfrei says.
Impressions of AMB 2010:
Customer oriented booth concept with a comprehensive portfolio and large application images.
In 2010 the AMB was more then expected and “was placed in the rising economic and therefore perfectly placed”, Gunnar Mey, trade show Stuttgart says. Total registration for the five-day event, which ran from Sept. 28 to Oct. 2, was over 86,000. AMB covered 1,130,000 square feet of exhibit space with 1,343 companies.
The next AMB will be Sept.18-22 in 2012 in Stuttgart/Germany.