Matsuura Officially Opens U.S. Facility
In Saint Paul, Minnesota, machine tool builder Matsuura officially opened its new U.S. headquarters with a ribbon cutting yesterday.
In Saint Paul, Minnesota, machine tool builder Matsuura officially opened its new U.S. headquarters with a ribbon cutting yesterday. The new 38,000-square-foot site houses a demonstration area for various vertical, horizontal and five-axis machining centers, along with service and engineering staff, conference and training facilities, and a dedicated spindle repair area.
Leading the team at the new site is Matsuura Machinery USA president John Schwartz, who appears at the far left (partially obscured) in this photo. Fully visible in the photo, from left to right, are Saint Paul mayor Chris Coleman, Matsuura Worldwide president Katsutoshi Matsuura, Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development commissioner Katie Clark Sieben and Saint Paul Port Authority president Louis Jambois, all of whom spoke at yesterday’s event.
Mr. Schwartz narrates a tour of the new location in this 3-minute video.