Peak Toolworks opens its 13th location

Staff members cut the ribbon at Peak Toolworks' 13th facility.

ELKHART, Ind. -- Peak Toolworks, a North American engineered diamond and carbide cutting tools manufacturer, held the ribbon-cutting ceremony to open its 13th location in Elkhart.  

“Our return to the Elkhart area is largely the result of requests by customers to bring our extensive service capabilities closer to the growing market," said Kerry Baskins, CEO and president. 

The new Peak Toolworks location in Elkhart is one of 13 locations across North America, where manufacturing and industrial tool sharpening services are done. This location, along with an extensive network of factory direct sales and service professionals serves customers in the USA, Canada and Mexico.

Peak Toolworks is celebrating 81 years in the carbide and diamond tooling industry. With a vast portfolio that includes: Peak, NAP, Gladu, General Saw, RKO, Riverside Tool and tool sharpening.  

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