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Qualified subcontract engineering projects

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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

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    This client, a supplier and distributor of standard and special fasteners, seeks a supplier to produce the attached stainless steel fitting brackets. These require turning, milling, threading, bending and welding, with batches of 100, 500 and 1000 sets required. This is part of a larger project that the client is tendering for - should they win their tender, there will be an immediate order to place with the chosen supplier that could lead to ongoing work moving forward.

  2. Drawings count: 2

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    This buyer seeks a new supplier to assist with the manufacture of a fabricated enclosure and associated components. This company spends over £300,000 a year on subcontract engineering and seeks a supplier with the capabilities to undertake all aspects of manufacture. This project will involve elements of cutting, folding, turning and drilling, with the enclosures to be provided assembled including any finishing required. The client is looking to add two additional suppliers their current PSL, making this an excellent opportunity to forge a long-term relationship. 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 pages to sourcing@qimtek.co.uk or fax 01256 394600. Once received, all drawings and documents will be released to your account.

  3. Drawings count: 3

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    This company operates within the horticulture and agriculture industry and outsources over £150k worth of fabrication and machining work every year. They have an immediate order to place for steering boxes and countersunk washers which are required this month if possible. This project incorporates elements of fabrication and turning, with quotes required for 10 off and 50 off as shown. The ideal supplier will be able to produce these parts economically and once a relationship has been established, further projects could be made available in addition to this current requirement.

  4. Drawings count: 5

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    The attached assemblies involve both cutting and turning processes, before being laser welded as per the drawings provided. These designs will be utilised within cooling units for some newly-designed appliances. Initially, an order will be placed for a smaller sample size, before full production of the larger assembly commences. Delivery is required as soon as possible and therefore, the buyer will favour quotes from suppliers who offer a prompt response and a fast turnaround. As they outsource over £200,000 of fabrication and machining work per year, there is scope for this project to lead to further work.

  5. Drawings count: 2

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    The attached hub is to be cut and welded, with drilling, boring and turning also required. Therefore, this project will be ideally suited to suppliers who have a range of capabilities in-house. The client spends upwards of £40,000 yearly on subcontract engineering services and has an urgent order to place for the work in question. The requirement is typical of work which the client regularly outsources, meaning that there is room for the chosen supplier to expand on their involvement and assist within additional projects in future.

  6. Drawings count: 1

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    Suppliers with cutting, welding, and turning capabilities are sought, on behalf of a buyer that specialises in the manufacture of orthopaedic equipment. They seek quotes for the attached plates, to be supplied in quantities ranging from 1 off to 3 off. Quality is of the utmost importance, as well as delivery of the parts within the specified time frame. Once a relationship has been established, ongoing work may be made available to the chosen supplier.

  7. Drawings count: 2

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    This project calls for the cutting, welding, folding, turning, and drilling of mild steel components. The parts in question are sought in sizeable annual quantities and will be utilised within waste recycling equipment. The client seeks quotes both with and without assembly, as they are currently in the process of reviewing their preferred supplier list for this type of work. Subsequently, additional opportunities may be extended to the chosen supplier moving forward.

  8. Drawings count: 2

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    This project calls for the cutting, welding, folding, turning, and drilling of mild steel components. The parts in question are sought in sizeable annual quantities and will be utilised within waste recycling equipment. The client seeks quotes both with and without assembly, as they are currently in the process of reviewing their preferred supplier list for this type of work. Subsequently, additional opportunities may be extended to the chosen supplier moving forward.

  9. Drawings count: 2

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    This project calls for the cutting, welding, folding, turning, drilling and milling of mild steel components. The parts in question are sought in sizeable annual quantities and will be utilised within waste recycling equipment. The client seeks quotes from new vendors, as they are currently in the process of reviewing their preferred supplier list for this type of work. Subsequently, additional opportunities may be extended to the chosen supplier moving forward.

  10. Drawings count: 1

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    This project calls for the cutting, welding, folding, turning, and drilling of mild steel components. The parts in question are sought in sizeable annual quantities and will be utilised within waste recycling equipment. The client seeks quotes both with and without assembly, as they are currently in the process of reviewing their preferred supplier list for this type of work. Subsequently, additional opportunities may be extended to the chosen supplier moving forward.

  11. Drawings count: 1

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    This project calls for the cutting, welding, folding, turning, drilling and milling of mild steel components. The parts in question are sought in sizeable annual quantities and will be utilised within waste recycling equipment. The client seeks quotes both with and without assembly, as they are currently in the process of reviewing their preferred supplier list for this type of work. Subsequently, additional opportunities may be extended to the chosen supplier moving forward.

  12. Drawings count: 2

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    A variety of different components - including framework, enclosures, and machined parts - are sought for use within special purpose machines. The buyer behind this enquiry spends £200,000 annually on outsourced engineering services. There are elements of cutting, folding, welding, turning, drilling, tapping and chamfering involved in this project, making it perfect for versatile suppliers. Those that would like to be considered for this opportunity are asked to make contact with the buyer directly to discuss.

  13. Drawings count: 1

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    Versatile suppliers with a range of in-house capabilities are asked to quote for the piece parts of a chassis assembly. Destined for end use within the medical industry, the parts in question are to be quoted in sets of 20 off and incorporate elements of folding, welding, laser cutting, turning and milling. The company behind this enquiry spends over £100,000 every year in the subcontract fabrication and machining realms, meaning that there is plenty of scope for the successful Qimtek member to develop the relationship further.

  14. Drawings count: 15

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    This company specialises in the manufacture of material handling & storage equipment, spending a massive £2million each year on their subcontract engineering requirements. They have a current order to place for the attached set of carbon steel components, which incorporate both fabrication and machining disciplines including cutting, folding, welding, drilling, turning and bending. These parts will be used within a newly-designed assembly. The client is currently in the process of identifying a supplier for these items and their annual spend makes it an excellent opportunity to add a potentially lucrative account to your long-term customer portfolio.

  15. Drawings count: 9

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    This company specialises in the manufacture of material handling & storage equipment, spending a massive £2million each year on their subcontract engineering requirements. They have a current order to place for the attached set of carbon steel components, which incorporate both fabrication and machining disciplines including cutting, folding, milling, turning and drilling. These parts will be used within the assembly of a newly-designed chassis. The client is currently in the process of identifying a supplier for these items and their annual spend makes it an excellent opportunity to add a potentially lucrative account to your long-term customer portfolio.

  16. Drawings count: 3

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    The attached hubs are laser cut and welded, with a degree of turning and boring also required. Therefore, this project will be ideally suited to suppliers who have a range of capabilities in-house. The client spends upwards of £40,000 yearly on subcontract engineering services and has an immediate order to place for the work in question. The requirement is typical of work which the client regularly outsources, meaning that there is room for the chosen supplier to expand on their involvement and assist within additional projects in future.

  17. Drawings count: 1

    Full turnkey-Fabrication with Machining

    This company specialises in the manufacture of material handling & storage equipment, spending a massive £2million each year on their subcontract engineering requirements. They have a current order to place for the attached assembly, which will incorporate multiple fabrication and machining disciplines including cutting, folding, turning and painting. The client is currently in the process of identifying a supplier for this unit and their annual spend makes it an excellent opportunity to add a potentially lucrative account to your long-term customer portfolio.