Eurolaser opens new facility in Poland

April 6, 2015
With growing worldwide demand for CO2 laser systems for large-format laser cutting, Eurolaser opened a new branch office in Poland.

Lüneburg, Germany - Recognizing the growing worldwide demand for CO2 laser systems for large-format laser cutting, Eurolaser opened a new branch office in Poland in April 2015.

"We are looking forward to being able to offer competent and personal consultation on the Polish market as of now in the local language," says Mariusz Deptuch, manager of Eurolaser Poland. "Proximity to the customer is a key factor, in particular where industrial products in need of explanation are concerned. So the establishment of Eurolaser Poland is an important step towards acquainting the manufacturing industry in Poland with the many benefits laser technology has to offer. Thanks to our competent team, we are in a position to ensure both market-orientated and individual consultation before a purchase as well as a technical customer service after a purchase. Our on-the-spot location enables us to respond quickly. The customer also benefits from short distances and saves on travel expenses."

Eurolaser Poland expands the international presence of the German premium manufacturer of laser systems. The CO2 laser systems are used primarily for the processing of acrylics, plastic films, technical textiles, and wood.

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