Koyo's New Grinding Machine Made a Big Hit at the IMTS Exhibition

Koyo's New Grinding Machine Made a Big Hit at the IMTS Exhibition - KoyoMachineryKoyo Machinery USA Inc. newest grinding was a hit at the 2016 IMTS Exhibition in Chicago. We were featured in the November issue of Manufacturing Today in an article written by Jim Harris that discusses our innovative efforts to respond to customer needs in addition to our office expansion to further improve our level of teamwork and grinding machine capabilities.

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