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Proceq Europe team visited the Gebrüder Benninger Foundry

Proceq Europe team visited the Gebrüder Benninger Foundry
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On 2nd December, 2010, the Proceq Europe team visited the Gebrüder Benninger Foundry in Uzwil. After a brief view on the history of the company, the team was given a complete tour of the factory, from the design and manufacture of moulds right through to main production and quality control of metal castings. Benninger is a very satisfied Proceq customer, who has been using Equotip Hardness Tester for many years. 

We thank Mr Augustin for the very interesting factory tour!



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2011-02-18 10:25:32


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