volume-41jpgPress Release for Advanced Machinery (Pty) Ltd
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Email: media@am.co.za / teboho@am.co.za
Website: http://am.co.za

Johannesburg, 16 September 2016: As the year dregs through to the very last edge of 2016, Advanced Machinery is proud to announce a new collaboration with Wood Southern Africa & Timber Times Magazine.

‘This collaboration plays an important role in AM’s continued attempt to grow our brand zealously and extend our profile to as many business people as possible,’ said Eric Yin, Managing Director at Advanced Machinery.

Wood SA represents a growing portfolio of timber and wood related news and stories from a wide variety of industries. As a magazine that is deeply embedded in this industry, it is excited to partner with a CNC MAchinery Company as esteemed as Advanced Machinery.

As for Advanced Machinery, it was a quest to partner with an innovative, fledgling publication that has its tooth edged into the market’s flesh, this defining Woods SA Magazine as an appropriate media solutions partner.

Advanced Machinery’s first press release appeared in the Wood SA magazine in the July 2016 issue, on page 65. The media alert comes after the Jet Park based company recently launched the new EasyRoute CNC Router series, another wood-working beast designed on precision as a fundamental. This machine can also route through hard plastic and other foams. The EasyRoute series has been a welcome addition to the company’s extensive range of machinery lines.

Small, affordable and easy to operate, this router has enormous capability to improve factory productivity, producing consistent and high-quality work. Mechanical business customers will benefit greatly from this machine.

According to its website, Wood SA & Timber Times is the only monthly magazine that focuses on the forestry, timber transport, saw-milling, woodworking and furniture manufacturing industries in southern Africa.


The publication currently captures 4 500 copies, printed and distributed monthly throughout sub-Saharan Africa, ie South Africa, Swaziland, Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Tanzania, Ivory Coast, Lesotho, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Angola, Cameroon, Gabon, Democratic Republic of Congo and Madagascar. Wood Southern Africa & Timber Times boasts a readership of 35 000.

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