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The leading experts in subcontracting solutions, Emsea Ltd, will be displaying their extensive range of capabilities within a wide variety of industries, including the automotive, aerospace and defence sectors at Subcon 2016 (stand D63).
Intense growth and an additional 7000 square feet
This show coincides with the opening of a new unit, after a continuous period of intense growth for the company.
Having acquired a fourth premises of an additional 7000 square feet, Emsea will move the Flows flagship Mach 4 series Waterjet, with twin dynamic cutting heads, into the new space alongside an increased range of stock material, thus allowing for even faster turnaround times.
“This year has been one of our most successful yet,” commented Chris Sweet, Director at Emsea Ltd.
“Having increased staff levels by 25 percent in anticipation of the new site, we have also invested in new, in-house processes and machinery, including a fourth Press Brake, an Amada HFE 5020 7-axis control hydraulic CNC Press Brake.”
Growth of the business has stemmed from the increased desire for Waterjet-cut parts, in addition to a demand for turnkey subcontracting solutions.
“Customers are realising the potential with the cold Waterjet cutting process, no heat damage and the ability to cut through all materials up to 200mm,” remarked Mark Causer, also Director at Emsea Ltd.
Emsea offers leaner manufacturing processes
“The second area of significant growth has come from businesses looking for a leaner manufacturing process. Because we offer all services in-house, from laser cutting through to bending and powder coating, we are proving to be far more cost-effective and time-efficient.”
Showcasing the results of the very latest technology, including the waterjet, Emsea’s engineering experts will be on hand to discuss individual requirements, reverse engineering and specialist advice on ‘Fabrication & Forming’ processes at Subcon from the 7-9th June 2016.