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MHM Signs with Hirsch



A recently penned agreement between Hauppauge, NY-based Hirsch Int’l Corp. and Erl, Austria-based MHM Siebdruckmaschinen GmbH grants Hirsch rights to a decade of exclusive distribution of and support for MHM’s screen-printing equipment throughout North America. Hirsch Int’l is a provider of electronic computer-controlled embroidery machinery. MHM’s product line will now be marketed under the name MHM North America by Hirsch.

“We are very excited about our strategic partnership with MHM. MHM offers us a great opportunity to strengthen our current leadership position in the apparel-adornment marketplace by offering our existing customers an innovative and highly productive line of equipment that perfectly complements our existing Tajima embroidery equipment,” says Paul Gallagher, president and CEO of Hirsch. “Further, our arrangement makes available an avenue of growth within a completely new customer base, allowing Hirsch the opportunity to continue building value for our shareholders.”



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