Hardinge Inc. is a leading international provider of advanced metal-cutting solutions. We provide a full spectrum of highly reliable CNC turning, milling, and grinding machines as well as technologically advanced workholding and machine tool accessories.
Hardinge is the leading global provider of advanced, high precision metal-cutting machine tool solutions and aftermarket tooling and accessories. With over 125 years of experience, the company has been at the forefront of innovation with a full spectrum of CNC turning, milling, and grinding machines, as well as workholding and accessory products, providing customers and partners in over 65 countries worldwide with solutions for the most demanding manufacturing requirements.
Our forward-looking global leadership team is made up of dedicated and focused executives. Working with each other and with our employees worldwide, their diverse, cross-functional knowledge and experience come together to make a difference for all of our stakeholders, most importantly the customers we serve around the globe.
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