Partners in THINC Welcomes Newest Partner Allied Machine & Engineering

June 9, 2014
The new partnership between Allied Machine & Engineering Corporation and Partners in THINC is projected to be very beneficial since premium tools coupled with a very rigid/capable machine will improve output while reducing the overall cost of manufacturing.

World leader in machine tools, Okuma America Corporation meets leading manufacturer of tooling systems, Allied Machine & Engineering, and the two join Partners in THINC.

Allied Machine & Engineering Corporation is headquartered in Dover, Ohio and provides precision hole-making technologies for end users worldwide. Precision engineering and expert application support make them a wise choice for answers to complex metal-cutting challenges.

Allied provides advanced engineering and manufacturing capabilities to create a wide selection of value-added tooling available to metal-cutting industries around the world, at a competitive price!

"Allied is well known for providing outstanding product and service to companies that drill and bore precision holes in their products. They are a great addition to Partners in THINC since premium tools coupled with a very rigid/capable machine will improve output while reducing the overall cost of manufacturing," said Jeff Estes, Director of Partners in THINC.

For more information on Allied Machine & Engineering and other members of Partners in THINC, visit http://www.okuma.com/partners-in-thinc.  

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