Qimtek

Qualified subcontract engineering projects

Are you looking to grow your business with new long term customers from the manufacturing industry?

This is a list of projects from manufacturing buyers looking for new manufacturing partners in the UK. Supplier members have access to the drawings and buyer information so they can contact them directly.

3 Projects

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  1. Drawings count: 3

    Machining-Turning, High Volume

    Destined for end use within a government project, the two attached tubes are required in large quantities. The client - a machining & fabrication company that is currently running at full capacity - seeks an external vendor who can assist with this work. They have advised that multi-spindle and sliding head capabilities would be an advantage. It is critical that the successful supplier is able to adhere to the delivery schedule specified. IMPORTANT: There is a non-disclosure agreement running with this enquiry. Please print this off, complete ALL sections, sign and date it and return the page to sarah.venning@qimtek.co.uk or fax 01256 394600, Once received, all drawings and documents will be released to your account.

  2. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Turning, High Volume

    Outsourcing a massive £2million worth of subcontract machining per year, this company specialises in the manufacture of electronic systems for the automotive sector. They seek a supplier who is able to turn large volumes of a leadframe pin, with annual quantities ranging from 300,000 off to 2.5million off. Preferably, the client would also like the pin to be plated in accordance with their specifications. Quality is the key driver behind this project and interested parties must be able to facilitate this. This is an opportunity to add a big-spending name to your long-term customer portfolio and it should not be missed by those that have ongoing capacity to fill.

  3. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Turning, High Volume

    Large quantities of a screw are required by a fastener company that places £200,000 worth of work with subcontract machining suppliers annually. Destined for end use within material handling equipment, this design is to be made from free-issue alloy, having previously been manufactured overseas. At this stage, the client is trying to clarify the associated costs and lead times, before looking to place an order in the near future. Delivery and quality are important aspects of this project, as well as good value.