AXILE Machine, a technology and machining company in Taiwan, is opening a facility in Windsor to serve as its technology centre in North America. AXILE Machine will invest 3.5 million dollars in the technology centre on Rhodes Drive and will employ five people to start with plans to expand to 25 within three years.
AXILE Machine will also partner with the University of Windsor on the hi-tech projects. The company will be using the space for training for clients on the three and five axis CNC equipment, a distribution hub, sales, and research and development.
Paul Chang, president of AXILE Machine, said that AXILE has established its first overseas technology centre in Windsor, which is the most important mould and die industry centre in North America. This is triggering the AXILE hi-tech automation products further development in the region. The company plan to offer its intelligent automation and management, training applications digital products, and service excellence to the regional industries.
AXILE Machine is a subsidiary of Buffalo Machinery, and was developed to serve the high-end markets by focusing on technology. The company is a global smart machine provider and it services the tool and die, mould production, aerospace, healthcare, automotive, and general industries.