Distributors

Harter (CJ) & Son/Machinery, Inc.

3838 Navigation Blvd.
Houston, TX 77003


713-227-7221
Fax: 713-227-8459


PROFILE
 
In 1926, Charles J. Harter moved to Dallas, Texas from Missouri and opened the Texas Machine Tool Sales Office for Joseph T. Ryerson & Sons of Chicago. Two years later, he joined D.S. Mair Machinery Company as a partner and opened a new Dallas office. C. J. Harter & Son/Machinery was founded in 1939 when, on the death of Mr. Mair, Mr. Harter became sole owner. Houston became the main office, and the branch in Dallas remained active. The company continued to grow with the addition of Landis Machine in 1939, Landis Tool in 1940, and LeBlond in 1951. Charles Harter III became President and CEO after the death of his father in 1974. Harter bought Green Machinery Company in Dallas and Steel & Machine Tool Sales in Houston and, in doing so, became the distributor for Kearney & Trecker and Carlton Machine Tool Company in 1975.


C. J. Harter & Son/Machinery is the oldest Texas member of the American Machine Tool Distributors' Association. Our commitment to serve our marketing area remains strong. Our sales and service group is technically qualified to assist our customers in their capital equipment requirements.

We have built our reputation on accurately representing the features and benefits of the products offered by our manufacturers for over fifty years.

We look forward with confidence to the manufacturing challenges presented to us by our customers, and our ability to effectively market the products offered by the manufacturers we represent.
PRODUCTS LINES
Milling Centers Turning Centers Grinding Presses Other Products/Services
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SIP
Starrag USA Inc.
Berthiez
Davenport
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Droop + Rein
Berthiez
Blohm
EWAG
Jung
M├Ągerle
Mikrosa
Schaudt
Studer
Walter
Greenerd Press & Machine Company, Inc.
Davenport
Electro-Mechano
Liebherr
Liebherr Machine Tool
Mikron
Reishauer Corporation
CHANNEL PARTNERS
amt Modern Machine Shop Production Machining Moldmaking Technology