Sandvik Coromant showcasing machining and engineering solutions at IMTS

May 28, 2024 - 09:30am
Sandvik Coromant

Sandvik Coromant, a supplier of cutting tools, machining solutions, and advanced manufacturing knowledge, will showcase an expanded offering of technology and services at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) held Sept. 9-14 in Chicago.

Going beyond cutting tools, Sandvik Coromant will be exhibiting at booth #338348 in the south Machine Tool Hall at McCormick Place with an extensive array of holistic engineering products and services to help shops with data-driven solutions and machining technology.

Booth visitors can expect an immersive experience that combines the company’s products, expertise, and digital machining technology for various industries, with solutions that drive greater productivity and manufacturing wellness in advanced machining applications.

“Our presence in the Machine Tool Hall underscores our commitment to providing a streamlined and comprehensive experience for attendees as a one-stop destination for all their machining needs,” said Veronica Messersmith, Americas President for Sandvik Coromant. “With all of our offerings under one roof, visitors can easily explore the full breadth of our advanced technologies and services and discover new ways to drive efficiencies and productivity gains across the entire value chain.”

In addition to its team of “Yellow Coat” experts, senior leadership from Sandvik Coromant will be in attendance, including Michael Eneberg, Global VP of Sales and Marketing, and Magnus Ekbäck, VP of Strategy and Business Development, providing attendees with direct access to the company's strategic vision and decision-makers.

“IMTS is a vital platform for us to connect with customers, partners, and industry peers,” added Nicholas Falgiatano, VP of Marketing for the Americas. “We’re excited to showcase our comprehensive solutions and engage in productive dialogue to drive innovation and growth within the manufacturing sector.”


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