Kingsville, MD, February 26, 2020 – James Darnell, founder and CEO of Machine Tech Enterprises, announced this week the company has launched a new identity going forward as BridgeSaw.com.
James explained that the new name would reflect the evolving focus and standards of the company, adding, “Our mission is the same, to offer outstanding service to our customers. However, we feel Bridgesaw.com better encompasses the addition of sales of our own line of bridge saws and line polishers to our growing company repertoire.”
Machine Tech Enterprises was formed in 2010 to address a void in the industry for repair and service of all types of stone fabrication equipment. Our goal is to offer the highest level of service, no matter what type of machine you have or where you bought it. We achieve our goal every day by helping hundreds of fabrication shops nationwide stay in production.
In 2020, Machine Tech Enterprises is proud to announce BridgeSaw.com is offering its own line of bridge saws and stone fabrication equipment. Building on its over 10 years of service and repair experience, BridgeSaw.com developed a line of machines that are superior, are more powerful, that cut better, faster, and last longer than its competition.
“We’re pairing our knowledge of service and repair with the best machines in the industry, backed by the best warranty in the industry. We’re offering a line of machines based on a machine we’ve installed and serviced for years. With over 1,000 machines operating in the U.S., our track record reflects quality machines that last,” says James.
BridgeSaw.com looks forward to building long-lasting successful relationships with our current and future customers by assessing shop owners’ needs, assisting them in setting up their shops, and ensuring they have the right equipment and support, further growing the partnership for the life of the machine.
Machine Tech Enterprises, LLC and BridgeSaw.com are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Machine Tech Enterprises in the United States and/or other countries.