img_0430Press Release for Advanced Machinery (Pty) Ltd
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Johannesburg, South Africa – October 6, 2016: Huawei, a giant international telecommunications company, has just acquired its first fiber laser marking machine from Advanced Machinery. This, for the conglomerate’s Melrose Arch’s Huawei store.


This announcement was made by Advanced Machinery today after a painless delivery of the machine at a Huawei outlet at the Melrose Arch in Johannesburg. Huawei is a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider – in fact, it is the largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer in the world, having overtaken Ericsson in 2012.


The LabelMark Fiber Laser Marker, the first of Huawei SA’s acquisition, is a powerful device that can etch permanent inscriptions on solid materials, including metals and non-metal. The labelling becomes part of the material, and neither does it fade nor can it be washed. Providing an industrial solution for product identification, the LabelMark Laser Machine allows individuals to mark serial numbers, bar codes, 2D data matrix and graphics on the widest variety of materials, including metals, plastics and ceramics.


This device will help the store to add an exceptional service to their customers who wish to have their gadgets branded with any message of their choice, including their name. Already today, many of the store’s customers couldn’t help but stop by to marvel, walked in and had their phones branded.


Huawei is well known for its vicious brand that has shaken the South African market, these including the HUAWEI nova, HUAWEI Mate, Nexus 6P, HUAWEI P8, HUAWEI G8, and recently the HUAWEI P9.


About Advanced Machinery:

Advanced Machinery offers comprehensive CNC machines and support, specialising in CNC routers, vinyl cutters, CNC laser machines, plasma cutters and large format printers. It manufactures and supplies these state-of-the-art CNC machines from its workshop in Jet Park, Johannesburg, coming from its manufacturing plant which is based in China, where they are designed and engineered. Advanced Machinery also coordinates the entire import process in a manner that minimises risks for their customers, placing the onus on themselves to demonstrate a commitment to delivering the superior quality solutions that the company has become renowned for.

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