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


    This Qimtek buyer has an urgent requirement for the attached titanium part and seeks a supplier with Bombardier approval QD46-40 who can undertake the chemical etching needed. Due to the urgent nature of this enquiry, those with immediate capacity will have a great advantage and the work will be awarded early should a suitable quote be received quickly. Pricing and reliable delivery are crucial within this enquiry. This may lead to repeat orders and an opportunity for similar, ongoing work to follow. **Due to the current health climate, we ask that you only submit a quotation for this project if you are in a position to fulfil the requirement. Please also be mindful that there may be a delay in buyer response due to widespread remote working.**

  2. Drawings count: 1


    A manufacturer of blast protection products - who spends £150,000 a year on all outsourced fabrication services - seeks assistance with the manufacture of the attached brushed stainless steel cigarette stubber. The ideal supplier will be able to produce these parts economically, with an emphasis on reliability and high quality. There is an order to place immediately with a supplier who can offer all of the above.

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    This design house, who specialises in the design of household consumer products and outsources approximately £50,000 worth of finishing each year, is currently developing a new product range and would like to hear from suppliers who can assist with the etching that will be required. Although there is no immediate order to place as the product range is still being developed, the buyer is hoping to move forward as soon as possible. This is expected to be repeated going forward, although the frequency of the orders is not yet known.