A 655,000GBP investment in two state-of-the-art CNC laser cutting machines from Trumpf at the Birmingham facility of Savekers, an OEM that supplies its innovative range of architectural metalwork items to a host of industries, has introduced benefits that include an impressive reduction in average cycle times of 50-60%.
Savekers is a £4 million business employing 50 staff. Its architectural metalwork range includes: sliding door and window track products; cabinets and fittings; balustrades and handrails; door furniture and window guards; and disability products. Manufactured largely from tube, plate and sheet steel, all production operations with the exception of powder coating are conducted on-site at the firm’s 45,000 sq ft factory. Typically the company sells its products to shopfitters, building merchants and construction firms as well as working with architects for specification on projects.
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