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.

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  1. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Turning, Medium Volume

    This company specialise in the manufacture of bespoke hydraulic cylinders and spends £20,000 on subcontract machining every year. They have an order to place for the manufacture of an arm assembly boss, with elements of turning, drilling and reaming required. This design is to be manufactured from stainless steel, with two different grades to be considered.

  2. Drawings count: 2

    Machining-Turning, Medium Volume

    An insert and a pole support are needed in batches of 40 and 160 off respectively, for end use within a project for the medical sector. These designs are to be made from a combination of mild steel and stainless steel, with quality forming a critical part of this project. The successful supplier will be given the opportunity to manufacture an additional 30 designs, meaning that there is plenty of scope for the relationship to be developed further.

  3. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Turning, Medium Volume

    A manufacturer of material handling equipment, who spends a massive £1million a year on outsourced machining services, is looking to collaborate with a third party for production of the attached spacer. The client is currently looking to allocate a supplier for this new design and subsequently, they seek quotes for it to be turned from stainless steel. There is an ongoing demand for this part and the buyer would like to hear from new suppliers that are able to facilitate its long-term supply.

  4. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Turning, Medium Volume

    This manufacturer is currently in the process of increasing their supplier base. They are looking to hear from companies that are able to turn the attached nominal bar, which is destined for end use within the electronics industry. This item is to be made from stainless steel, with quotes requested for a batch of 200 off at this time. As it cannot be made by the client in-house, the successful supplier can expect to receive repeat orders moving forward.