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Precision Machine & Manufacturing Partners with Mayer & Oswald

Precision Machine & Manufacturing Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of precision rotary valves, feeders, and screw conveyor components, has partnered with Mayer & Oswald Inc., a sales representative firm located in Elgin, IL, a suburb west of downtown Chicago. The company will sell Precision Machine’s products and strengthen customer relationships throughout all of Wisconsin, northern Illinois, and northern Indiana.

“Precision Machine’s specialized, severe-duty valves and feeders meet a need in our market that other manufacturers do not,” said Paul Gross, principal of Mayer & Oswald Inc. “Many of our customers in power plants, chemical companies and mineral processing facilities need valves and feeders that can withstand highly-abrasive environments. Our partnership with Precision Machine will allow us to provide solutions to customers with applications that require airlocks to handle extremely abrasive products, offering long operational life and easy to maintain equipment.” 

“This industrial region has a lot of opportunities for Precision’s products to solve problems and improve productivity,” said Kirk Morton, Precision Machine president. “The Mayer & Oswald team is impressive in their technical competence and strong connections to customers in this region. We are looking forward to a mutually beneficial relationship for years to come.”

For more information, visit www.premach.com or www.mayerandoswald.com.

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