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Goudsmit UK marks manufacturing milestone

Posted 15 April 2019 · Add Comment

Belfast based component manufacturer, Goudsmit UK, announced that it has reached the milestone of manufacturing four million products.



The number of products it has manufactured since 2017, includes a variety of quality bespoke parts:
 Magnets
 Magnetic Assemblies
 CNC Machining
 Extrusions
 Polymer Products
 Pressed Parts
 Die Casting

Goudsmit UK has a proven track‐record of supplying quality engineered components into the Aerospace, Automotive, Medical, Oil & Gas and general manufacturing industries, with quality standards key to their reputation ans success. Goudsmit UK are ISO 9001, IATF 16949 and AS 9100D certified.

Custom components are manufactured in their joint venture manufacturing facilities in China, to the bespoke specification of clients' designs. “Goudsmit has a number of manufacturing facilities located across the globe which allow us to service our customers no matter where they are located. Many customers are keen to explore the possibilities of low‐cost options available in Asia, however without a presence there it can often be a costly and somewhat dauting experience. Through Goudsmit’s joint
venture facilities in Ningbo, we allow our customers to go to China without having to go to China, saving them the expense and resources involved and allowing them to continue their primary business activities” states Sales Engineer, Michael Lyness.

With an established network of logistics partners, backed up with years of experience, Goudsmit UK add value to clients’ supply chain by project managing their product requirements from the early design stage through to delivery or warehousing.

Part of the Goudsmit Group, Eindhoven, the Netherlands, magnets and magnetic components are the backbone of the group, which was established in 1959. In addition to magnets, Goudsmit UK also offer a range of other custom engineered components.

Alan McKee, Quality Manager, Goudsmit UK, said: “Over the last 24 months we have manufactured and delivered in excess of 4 million components and assemblies to our diverse range of customers. This is a fantastic achievement given that our customer base spans many industries and each customer has their own specific quality requirements.

“Maintaining this customer focus and the ability to tailor our service to meet our specific customer needs is critical as we continue to grow our business. Our zero‐defect approach also allows our customers to rest assured that parts manufactured and delivered from Goudsmit UK will be as specified first, and every time.”

All bespoke products manufactured are used in a variety of high performance and harsh weather conditions, across wide‐ranging industry sectors, ranging from medical to oil and gas to aerospace industries.

Not only have Goudsmit broken their own record for parts manufactured, they also had a notable year for turnover, with a 50% increase from 2017‐2018.
 

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