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Landmark Solutions Becomes OMAX SoCal Distributor

KENT, Wash., January 28th, 2020 – OMAX Corp® is proud to announce that Landmark Solutions will be taking over Southern California distribution of all lines of OMAX® waterjets.

Landmark Solutions® and its team of industry experts brings with it over 100 years of industry expertise. They pride themselves on being a professional manufacturing consulting, project management and capital equipment distributor. Landmark and OMAX share the key value of being customer focused. Landmark is based out of Orange County, CA.

Landmark will sell all four of OMAX product lines: OMAX, MAXIEM, GlobalMAX and ProtoMAX. All OMAX-built abrasive waterjets bring advanced material handling technology to the general machine and architectural shop, as well as OEMs for production runs, short-runs and prototyping. OMAX waterjets can machine any material: metals, plastics, glass, ceramics, and composites. OMAX offers a complete line of systems and accessories, including an extra precision line capable of machining within 0.001".

“We are excited to be joining the OMAX family as long-term partners. OMAX has become the world leader in abrasive waterjets due to their innovative quality products, and stellar customer support”, said Fred Mooneyham, President of Landmark Solutions.

Steve Ulmer, OMAX’s Vice President of Sales, said “Landmark brings a wealth of waterjet and general technical experience. By adding Landmark in Southern California, OMAX is able to offer an unparalleled level of customer service and support.”  

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