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Lectra North America

Vector line of cutting solutions has the flexibility to cut single-ply or multi-ply up to 2.75 inches of compressed fabric while maintaining both quality and reliability.

Main Office:
Lectra North America
889 Franklin Rd. SE
Marietta, GA 30094

Tim Copeland
Phone: 877-4LECTRA or 770-422-8050 Fax: 770-422-1503
Web site: www.lectra.com Email: marketing.usa@lectra.com
Stock Symbol: LECS.PA   Get Stock Quote
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Processes - Fabric Cutting & Kitting - Equipment
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