Used Polar-Mohr cutting machines directly from manufacturer

Polar-Mohr sets up an online overview of available remarketed machines

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Polar-Mohr
Used Polar-Mohr cutting machines directly from manufacturer

Currently, a lot is going on at Polar’s main factory in Hofheim. In addition to internal relocations, efforts focus on improving conditions for live streams of product demonstrations. The new conditions require the replacement of some demo machinery. The previous exhibition machines will now be offered for sale as remarketed equipment at attractive conditions.

The used or demonstration machines include hydraulic cutting machines, gear-driven high-speed cutters, and performance-enhancing peripheral equipment, such as joggers or transomats for unloading. All machines are from the current generation and are said to offer state-of-the-art technology.

Strict quality controls also apply to the remarketed equipment. The machines are manufacturer-tested and certified. Since the products are already finished, even tight deadlines can be achieved with short delivery times.

The available machines can be viewed and inquired at www.polar-mohr.com/remarketed.

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