Wood-Mizer has opened a new location in Central America in a continued effort to increase the availability of its world-leading wood processing equipment and support to customers throughout the world. Wood-Mizer has held a presence in Central America for decades through its authorized distributor network and the new corporate-owned branch location in Central America will make products and services even more accessible to customers in the region.
Located in La Valencia, Heredia, Costa Rica, Wood-Mizer Centroamerica will serve customers in Costa Rica and Panama while authorized distributors will continue to serve customers in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. The new location further expands Wood-Mizer’s presence in the global market that includes branch offices on five continents, and more than 100 authorized distributors worldwide.
“Wood-Mizer is committed to shortening the road between customers and our equipment, parts, and service,” said Steve Loria, Wood-Mizer Regional Sales Manager. “With the opening of Wood-Mizer Centroamerica, customers in Costa Rica and Panama will receive the same high-quality wood processing equipment they expect from Wood-Mizer with better availability of products, service, and support.”
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La Valencia, Heredia
Steve Loria, Regional Sales Manager
Wood-Mizer Centroamerica is now open and includes a variety of sawmills, blades, and sharpening equipment available for demonstration and purchase. An Open House for the new location is tentatively scheduled for March/April 2019.
Since 1982, Wood-Mizer has earned the reputation as a world-leading wood processing equipment manufacturer with a strong legacy from its innovative sawmilling products. From forest to final form, Wood-Mizer offers an extensive line of equipment including narrowband portable and industrial sawmills, wideband sawmilling equipment, band resaws, board edgers, wood kilns, planer/moulders, firewood processing equipment, pallet recycling equipment, material handling equipment, bandsaw blades, and blade maintenance equipment for woodworking and forestry hobbyists and professionals all over the world. Visit woodmizer.com for more information.
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