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Champions Machine Tool Sales History

Champions Machine Tool Sales began in 1981 when business partners Ronnie Dutton and Rickey Martin, Sr. began selling machine tools in the Houston area. They focused primarily on the oil field market as demand was high. Those times would not last long and Champions struggled, but made it through developing new relationships both in the Houston area and overseas. Through the 1990’s, business was good with multiple machine tool lines and growth that eventually landed the company at our current location; 1151 E. Cypresswood Dr., Spring, Texas. We have now held the Kingston Machine Tool brand for several decades and the Haas Automation line for 21 years! We are willing, able, and ready to serve your needs no matter the demand or industry.

Champion's mission is to provide the highest quality, best value machine tools to the South Texas market and provide the best service and support for that equipment.

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  • FREE Virtual Service Class

    Do you know why getting the twist out of your machine may be more important than leveling  it? Find out by joining us for a free virtual class called “How to Level Like a Pro.”    In this special event collaboration with Phillips Haas Factory Outlet / a Division of Phillips Corp., ‘...

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  • 25% Off Preventive Maintenance for a limited time

    25% Rebate On All Preventive Maintenance Programs Now For A Limited Time! Take advantage of the great deals going on now and have your machine tools maintained before the next big oil rush. Once it hits, you won’t have time to bring your machine down so act now! Request scheduled time at serv...

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  • Oil Output Cuts Could Boost Price to $60 a Barrel, Lukoil Says

    OPEC’s proposal to cut oil production by up to 1 million barrels a day would be enough to balance the oil market and lift prices to $60 a barrel, Leonid Fedun, vice-president of Russian oil producer Lukoil, told Reuters.  The comments from Fedun, who was talking on the sidelines of the compan...

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  • Wood to Design Chevron’s Anchor Offshore Platform

    http://bit.ly/2TgAF84 Engineering company Wood has secured a multimillion-dollar engineering design project for Chevron’s Anchor deepwater development in the Gulf of Mexico. The scope of the project included the preliminary, front end engineering and design (Pre-FEED), FEED and now entails the det...

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