by Brianna Crandall — September 27, 2017 — MultiCam Inc., a Dallas, Texas-based manufacturing company, will be offering free machine evaluations of its industrial CNC (computer numerical control) cutting machines to existing Florida customers who were affected by Hurricane Irma while they are evaluating the damage done to their facilities.
For all those affected by Hurricane Irma, MultiCam staff say they sympathize and send their best wishes for any damage that may have occurred to family, friends, staff, and business properties. The company says it believes in offering quality customer service and support, so will be offering free machine evaluations to existing customers in the state of Florida to alleviate the stresses of getting businesses back up and running. This offer provides customers an approximate $1,000 savings and is available for 90 days (ending December 21, 2017).
Chairman/CEO David Morse stated:
Florida is a critical state to MultiCam, with many customers spread across the region as well as our own Technical Center. We are offering to come to your facility and assess any potential damage to your MultiCam machine and work with you to get your business up and running as fast as possible. As the safety of your family and friends is of course top priority, when customers are ready they will be able to contact our Customer Service team to coordinate the servicing of their MultiCam machine.
Whether it be an evaluation of your machine(s), full repair, or complete replacement of existing machines MultiCam is standing by to offer businesses a key solution to re-entering regular business operations. For more information on new or trade-in machinery for both MultiCam and non-MultiCam machines, readers can contact Diane Quinby (North Florida) or Jose Martinez (South Florida). For machine assessments, replacement parts, and repair quotes, contact Eric Delgado. For technical support issues with MultiCam machines, customers are encouraged to call or e-mail the Technical Service Hotline at 855/894-3136.
Since 1989, MultiCam has manufactured over 12,000 CNC (computer numerical control) cutting solutions for various industries around the world. The company says it integrates advanced technology and value into highly productive CNC router, laser, plasma, waterjet, and knife cutting machines at its North Texas facility. The company is supported by a global network of experts, including 60 locations worldwide, with 20 Technology Centers across North America.