Seattle-based Summa America, providers of Summa-branded vinyl cutters, flatbed cutters, thermal printers and related media and materials, announces the opening of a “customer experience center” in Beverly, Massachusetts.
The customer experience center will display the complete assortment of Summa’s professional roll and flat bed finishing systems and confirms Summa’s dedication to the North American market, according to the company.
In April of this year, Summa nv of Belgium announced it would set up a subsidiary organization, Summa America, to develop its business in the Americas.
“This location will serve as Summa America’s central distribution center, customer experience center, technical training facility, and service hub for our dealers,” says Barry Budwit, vice president and general manager of Summa America. “We are delighted to be closely located to meet the needs of our channel partners who are serving the American markets.”
The new subsidiary organization, Summa America, which will soon be rebranded Airmark Inc., will be operational for business during the month of August of 2017, according to its parent company. More news about Summa America—soon to be Airmark—will be disclosed as the organization further develops.
“Our focus is to deliver robust and reliable equipment that helps our customers in their day-to-day challenges,” says Wim Maes, president of Summa America. “This state-of-the-art facility will enable us to train our partners so they can deliver excellent service to our end-users.”