Acme Tools adds industrial woodworking machinery

GRAND FORKS, ND – Acme Tools, a major tool distributor and premier retailer of tools and equipment, today announced its expansion to offer industrial woodworking machinery and tooling products to customers in the Upper Midwest. Products from more than 60 major manufacturers are being added to support the production needs of window and door manufacturers, cabinet makers and furniture

Acme Tools also announced Gerry McDonald has joined the organization in the position, sales support-industrial woodworking, and Greg Hennek and Chris Olstead have been named outside sales representatives. McDonald, Hennek and Olstead were previously with G. C. Peterson Machinery in St. Paul, Minn., and bring 75 years of combined industry experience to Acme Tools.

Acme Tools will offer a full line of industrial woodworking machinery, tooling and supplies from Anderson America, Cehisa, Doucet, Powermatic, Precision Edge, Royce//Ayr, SawStop, Striebig, TigerStop, 3M and numerous other leading manufacturers.

Acme Tools has more than 60 years of experience as a major industrial tool distributor and today is one of he premier retailers of tools and equipment with some of the largest showrooms in the country. The company stocks over 174,000 products from 3,100 manufacturers and is a recognized leader bringing new products to the market. Acme Tools retail stores are located in Grand Forks, Bismarck, Fargo and Minot, North Dakota, Bemidji, Duluth and Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Cedar Rapids and Des
Moines, Iowa.

Acme Tools launched a new retail website last year and is a leading online retailer of tools and equipment with more than 11,500 products from more than 200 manufacturers available online. Acme Tools is an authorized online retailer for DeWalt, Milwaukee, Bosch, Makita, Delta, Jet, Porter Cable, Toro, Stanley and other leading manufacturers.

Acme Tools serves the building, remodeling, woodworking and landscaping needs of contractors, woodworkers and do-it-yourselfers.

SOURCE: Acme Tools

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