'Emergency Service' in demand at AWI

Posted on 28 Aug 2017 and read 676 times
'Emergency Service' in demand at AWIAlloy Wire International (AWI) (www.alloywire.com), a leading supplier of high-performance alloys, has won a number of new contracts after a spike in demand for its Emergency Manufacturing Service (EMS).

The company, which is 100% employee-owned, has completed 12% more EMS orders in the first half of this year than it did in the whole of 2016.

It has received urgent orders from customers in the aerospace, nuclear and oil and gas industries, all looking to receive their wire made to specification in three to five days.

Operations director Ian Fitzgerald said: “Our EMS has been called upon quite often over the past 17 years. but never at the rate we are seeing now.

A lot of customers have found that a critical situation has arisen, such as an oil platform urgently needing components to resume production, necessitating the rapid delivery of a nickel alloy wire.

“We have a proven system in place that enables us to quote for the job, manufacture the wire and have it with them very quickly.”

Be seen in all the right places!

High-Tech Manufacturing & Engineering Expo MTA Vietnam 2018 Maktek Eurasia 2018 MTA Hanoi 2018 Indusmach Africa 2018 (Tanzania) Advanced Engineering UK 2018 Metalex 2018 Machine Tool Indonesia 2018 India Export News Steelfab 2019 Expo Manufactura 2019 MACH 2020

Machinery-Locator
The online search from the pages of Machinery Market.

Saacke Tool and Cutter Grinder UW II a
Tool and Cutter Grinder
SAACKE UW IIa
YoM: 1974

Technical details
Schleif-Ý - max.	300 mm
gri
Tool and Cutter Grinder SAACKE UW IIa YoM: 1974 Technical details Schleif-Ý - max. 300 mm gri...
SK Maschinen-Service GmbH