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TUROMAS and A+W announce collaboration agreement

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From left: Peter Dixen, CEO A+W; Álvaro Tomás, President TUROMAS

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From left: Peter Dixen, CEO A+W; Álvaro Tomás, President TUROMAS


After several months of negotiations and technical deployments, TUROMAS and A+W are pleased to announce a partnership agreement whereby A+W will be the official supplier of the optimization software included in the TUROMAS monolithic glass and laminated glass cutting machines.


Álvaro Tomás, President of TUROMAS, confirms that: the agreement reached with A+W, a global reference in industrial software solutions for glass, is part of our medium to long term quality, consolidation and expansion strategic plan. The alliance will allow both companies to strengthen the presence and the service offered, enhancing the satisfaction of our customers thanks to the cooperation and experience of two leading companies in their respective technologies.


With presence in more than 100 countries and a complete range of machinery for glass storage, loading and cutting, TUROMAS is the reference brand in Spain, Portugal and all Latin America, playing an important role in the main glass processors in markets as demanding as the USA, Europe, Australia and the Middle East.

With over 1100 customers worldwide and an R&D team of 50 people, the German company A+W has been offering the most advanced solutions in ERP, PPS and specific Optimizers for companies in the glass sector for more than 40 years, anticipating market needs to make its customers the most efficient and competitive companies.

A+W CEO Peter Dixen: The cooperation with TUROMAS plays an important role for us in opening up international markets. This will enable us to make our optimization software available to more customers, increase customer satisfaction and thus further expand our leading position as software partner of the flat glas industry worldwide.


A+W's optimizing software is already standard on all the new TUROMAS cutting machines since February 1st. 2019.

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