Tuesday, 14 May 2013 19:59

Brunette Machinery Company Inc. partners with Murray Latta Progressive Machine Inc.

Brunette Machinery Company Inc. (BMC) of Surrey, BC /President Kirk Forbes, announce a new ownership change at Brunette Industries, and have partnered with Murray Latta Progressive Machine Inc. (MLPM) of Surrey, BC.

Together the companies have purchased the assets of Brunette Industries Ltd (Head office in New Westminster, BC), Brunette Industries Ltd (Prince George Div.), Brunette Industries Inc. (Atlanta, GA), and BDR Machinery Ltd (Toronto, ON). All branches will now operate under the new company name Brunette Machinery Company Inc. (BMC). Branch details and locations can be found on Brunette’s website

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This move strengthens Brunette’s position as a market leader in the design, development, and distribution of high quality wood processing machinery (chippers, hogs, debarkers, butt reducers, conveyors, log singulators®, and inventory of specialty parts). The company will now have access to MLPM's 60,000 SF manufacturing facility, expertise, and equipment which will help Brunette increase manufacturing capabilities, and enable expanded focus on product development, and customer service.

Additional Info

MLPM is an established leader of custom machinery manufacturing, planer mill equipment and parts distribution, millwrighting and machinery moving throughout North America since 1918.

Brunette's history dates back to the mid 1920's. Brunette is well known for it’s expertise with debarkers, hogs, and has a strong foothold in the Chipper. Recently Brunette developed new wood processing machinery such as the BioSizer®(high speed grinder), SmartVIBE conveyor, Whole Log Micro Chipper, and Veneer Chipper. These products advance existing technologies and, along with a highly experienced work force and broadened customer service, will play a big part in future growth.

Brunette Machinery Company Inc.
8717 - 132nd Street, Surrey, BC
Canada, V3W 4P1
Ph. 604-522-3977
Web. www.brunettemc.com

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