Written by Jonny Williamson
Following its biggest presence at the event for almost a decade, the response follows Bruderer UK’s most successful year to date, seeing sales rise by 25 percent to more than £4m.
Managing Director at Bruderer UK, Adrian Haller, explained:
“The companies we are speaking to are all reporting increases in volume and are keen to find new ways where they can invest in speeding up the manufacturing process, improving quality and accuracy or even simply increasing capacity.”
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“This is where we can normally help with our global reputation for punching technology and the number of new machines we’ve got coming to market. The BSTA 280-75B2 caused a lot of interest at MACH and this machine, along with a BSTA 510-125B2 high speed press, will shortly be heading to Birmingham-based Brandauer for installation. Together, they will help the company produce 2 billion precision components every year – this is what manufacturers now want.”
Established in the late-1960s, Bruderer UK produces high-precision and high-performance fully-automated stamping presses for stamping components from the most basic to the complex and intricate. The purchase and installation of every press is backed-up with comprehensive after-sales support, and the company also offers a press overhaul and maintenance programme.
Distributing products to clients working within the automotive, building, electronics, medical, watch and food & beverage sectors, the company operates in countries across the globe, from the Germany to Singapore.
Haller finished by commenting on the positive current state of manufacturing within the UK:
“There is a mass of work being repatriated into the UK and a high percentage of the new technology that will shape manufacturing in the future is also being developed here.