CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Wood manufacturing technology supplier Biesse has cut the ribbon on its new showroom at its grand opening of its new 23,000 sq.ft. showroom in Charlotte, North Carolina. More than 300 people are expected to attend the April 7-8 event.
The addition is now complete and devoted to a new state of the art showroom fully equipped with machinery designed to host custom demonstrations, in-house events like 'Inside Biesse' and educational events. Biesse has increased its spare parts warehouse, valued at an estimated $10 million, to maintain and improve its guarantee to deliver 96 percent of parts on the same day, and also investing in training projects across all technical areas.
Biesse America celebrates grand opening
Hundreds flooded in to see technology up close, and share the moment at Biesse America's expanded.
Biesse says it dedicated the showroom to Anna Selci, the late wife of Giancarlo Selci, who together, five decades ago, decided to become entrepreneurs. They started in a garage and built Biesse Group into the company it is today.
Biesse’s founder, Giancarlo Selci cut the ribbon of the Anna Selci Showroom. The product line up includes high tech automation equipment, CNC routers and machining centers, edgebanders, wide belt sanders, panel saws, drilling machines, plus much more.
Biesse Group is a producer of technology for processing wood, glass, stone, plastic and metal. It designs, manufactures and distributes machines, integrated systems and software for the producers of furniture, door/window frames, components for the construction, ship-building and aerospace industries. It invests on average 14 million Euros per year in R&D, boasting over 200 registered patents.
It works in eight industrial sites, 30 branches, 300 agents and selected resellers, exporting 88 percent of its production. Its customers include some of the most prestigious names of Italian and international design. Founded in Pesaro in 1969, by Giancarlo Selci, the company has been listed on the Stock Exchange (STAR segment) since June 2001. It now counts 2800 employees throughout the world.
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