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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.

7 Projects

Displaying 1 - 7 of 7

  1. Drawings count: 5

    Welding-Mig

    This client, a manufacturer of equipment for the electrical supply industry, urgently seeks suppliers with MIG welding capabilities. Interested parties are asked to provide urgent quotations on the attached mild steel items - all material is free-issue and provided cut and folded as per the drawings, only welding is required. The client currently has no capacity to produce these items in-house; as such, suppliers able to offer a speedy response and quick delivery will be seen favourably. There is an immediate order to place, with ongoing work to follow.

  2. Drawings count: 5

    Welding-Mig

    This manufacturer of pressure tank protection systems, who outsources in excess of £150,000 worth of fabrication each year, requires the assistance of a supplier who can use fusion welding to weld together mesh discs in various overall sizes. The client will look favourably upon quotes from those who can offer coded welding and requests that interested parties express their interest by 14th December. Once the initial order is complete, the successful vendor can expect to undertake this work on a repeat basis moving forward. 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 sourcing@qimtek.co.uk or fax 01256 394600. Once received, all drawings and documents will be released to your account.

  3. Drawings count: 6

    Welding-Mig

    Outsourcing fabrication work to the tune of over £90,000 every year, this company is currently seeking a new supplier with seam and spot welding capabilities, in order to produce a range of battery containers and external components for end use within the aerospace industry. The current supplier has gone into administration so the client is keen to find a new supplier as quickly as possible. The overall quality of the components must be extremely high and the buyer will look favourably upon companies that can offer superior end products. Some drawings have been attached to show some of the work required, along with demand history. Those that are interested in being considered for this job are asked to make contact with the buyer directly to discuss; in addition, this could result in further opportunities once quality and reliability have been proven.

  4. Drawings count: 1

    Welding-Mig

    Welding of free-issue connectors and lengths of rebar is required, in quantities of 10,000 off per length per month. The client - a company that operates within the construction sector - seeks a supplier that can meet these production numbers and offer a high quality service. This is a fantastic opportunity to supplement your long-term customer portfolio and fill ongoing capacity.

  5. Drawings count: 1

    Welding-Mig

    Suppliers who can weld together a selection of free-issued stainless steel components in accordance with BS EN 1090 Execution Class 2, are sought by a company that spends £1-Million per year on subcontract services. Owing to the nature of this urgent requirement, delivery and turnaround are of utmost importance to the buyer.

  6. Drawings count: 1

    Welding-Mig

    This company has an urgent order to place for the welding of free-issue parts. They are looking to work with a supplier that has the necessary accreditations and can offer a fast turnaround, as they currently lack in-house capacity. The assembly in question will be utilised within an oil & gas environment and interested parties must adhere to the welding specifications shown on the drawing. As the buyer outsources over £200,000 worth of fabrication work annually, there could be scope for the relationship to be developed further.

  7. Drawings count: 4

    Welding-Mig

    The two attached sectional radiators are to be welded from free-issue machined parts, on behalf of a company that spends £80,000 a year in the subcontract fabrication market. These are new designs for which there is no current supplier in place. The client has advised that the parts will be available within the first week of April; therefore, interested parties should quote their best price and lead time in order to be considered for the opportunity, which will be an ongoing requirement moving forward.