Custom Machine & Tool Co., Inc. Launches New Dynamic Website

Custom Machine & Tool Co., Inc. (CMT), a leading USA manufacturer in the power transmission and motion control products industry, announced today it has launched a New Interactive Website with more viewing options and content.

Hanover, MA - - Custom Machine & Tool Co., Inc. (CMT), a leading USA manufacturer in the power transmission and motion control products industry, announced today it has launched a New Interactive Website with more viewing options and content.


"Our customers spoke and we listened. We are very pleased to see the results of our customers' feedback implemented into a new dynamic interactive website. Visitors to the site now have more viewing options, enjoy easy navigation, and fast access to the detailed information in our product catalogs", says owner and President of Custom Machine & Tool Co., Inc., Robert Bennett.

Custom Machine & Tool Co., Inc., manufactures precise timing pulleys; the patented CONCENTRIC MAXI TORQUE keyless hub-to-shaft connection systems; drive systems; and components for the motion control and power transmission markets. CMT has been the preferred choice for pulley stock by OEMs and Distributors for over 45 years. The Company guarantees shipment of up to 5 pieces of pulley stock within 72 hours. See 'Timing Pulley Stock Shipping Program' for more details.

To learn more about Custom Machine & Tool Co., Inc.'s expanded product line, contact the Company at 781-924-1003, email to info@cmtco.com or visit the new website at www.cmtco.com.

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