DiPaolo CNC Retrofit Ltd. Case Studies
ABLE Machine Tools to Represent DiPaolo CNC Retrofit in New EnglandDiPaolo CNC Retrofit Ltd.
July 14, 2009
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, July 14, 2009 // - DiPaolo CNC Retrofit Limited (DiPaolo), the pre-eminent resource for North American manufacturers seeking precision machinery rebuilding and retrofitting services, announced today that ABLE Machine Tools Incorporated (ABLE) will be their representative in Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Maine. The premier machinery dealer in New England, ABLE's expert field service technicians will provide after sales service and support while a team of outside sales engineers will traverse and tend to this territory.
"Manufacturers have a laser-like focus on the bottom line so when scouring the market for machining solutions that'll meet the business need without bruising the budget, they're often frustrated. But we know how to solve their problems. With ABLE representing us in New England, we'll continue to revitalize and build machines for countless businesses across North America," points out Nelson Martins, DiPaolo's GM.
DiPaolo CNC Retrofit Ltd. Appointed By Bost Machine ToolsDiPaolo CNC Retrofit Ltd.
September 11, 2009
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, September 11, 2009 // - DiPaolo CNC Retrofit Limited (DiPaolo), the pre-eminent resource for North American manufacturers seeking precision machinery rebuilding and retrofitting services, has been selected by Bost Machine Tools (Bost) to be their North American distributor and after-sales service provider. Bost, headquartered in Asteasu, Spain, has more than 30 years experience in the unique world of high-end custom machine tools. Employing cutting edge technologies and continuously incorporating the latest advances available on the market has allowed Bost to take their rightful place as a global tour-de-force in heavy machinery construction.
"We've effectively turned our sights to expanding our North American presence, in large part to provide a better service experience for our clientele. To achieve that, we needed to align with a North American- based partner that we could place our complete trust in - a market leader that'd serve as an extension of our company. Given the depth of DiPaolo's technical knowledge, their merit and their experienced technicians, they've demonstrated that they're the most suitable company to assume this critical role and succeed," points out Fernando Arocena, Managing Director. "Our own experiences with the DiPaolo team further proved them to be a like-minded business partner who operates with the same high and exacting standards. Their exemplary service protocols, specialized product knowledge and genuine desire to provide the best customer care shows we've made an excellent choice."
DiPaolo CNC Retrofit Ltd. Nelson Martins Earns Accredited Equipment Appraiser (AEA) DesignationDiPaolo CNC Retrofit Ltd.
October 06, 2009
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, October 06, 2009 // - Nelson Martins, DiPaolo's General Manager, has earned the Accredited Equipment Appraiser (AEA) designation by completing the necessary coursework, testing and by meeting the market-based experience requirements mandated by the Association of Machinery and Equipment Appraisers (AMEA). Individuals who've earned the AEA designation are recognized in the used machinery and equipment industry and by banks and lending institutions as an expert able to provide professional, reliable and accurate reports on machinery and equipment.
To earn this AEA designation, Nelson Martins must possess a minimum of three years experience in buying, selling and/or appraising used machinery and equipment in the marketplace. As well, Nelson Martins passed the stringent AMEA exam on technical and ethical issues. He also submitted and passed a review of an unidentifiable appraisal that complied with the AMEA Standards and Procedures of Professional Appraisal Practice. Going forward, in order to maintain the AEA certification, Neslon Martins must complete 70 hours of continuing education every five years, achieve a successful appraisal review every two years, comply with all Standards and Procedures of Professional Appraisal Practice, and undergo current testing by USPAP renewal policies.
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