Bruderer Increased orders following General Election
With some uncertainty seemingly removed after the General Election, Bruderer, a supplier of stamping and forming technology, is optimistic for orders in 2020.
Bosses at Bruderer UK are predicting a buoyant 2020 after it revealed a 3 million pound pipeline of projects that include the installation of the latest precision high-speed stamping presses and one high tonnage Zani machine for clients involved in the aerospace, automotive, construction and renewables sectors.
Adrian Haller, Managing Director, believes a majority Government has helped to remove some of the uncertainty shrouding industry and his firm are looking to take advantage of new opportunities, creating up to five new jobs across its engineering and administrative departments in the process. This will include significant investment in developing a number of apprentices, ensuring the young staff absorb the company culture and soak up the experience and knowledge of experienced engineers that collectively have hundreds of years’ experience in presses, servicing and maintenance.
Haller stated: “Electrification is a market that is due to take off after a number of stalled starts and we are currently in the process of tooling up suites of tools for major automotive suppliers in preparation for EV product launches. 2020 could well be the breakthrough year.”
“I think 2020 will be very different, with a lot of investments coming to fruition after being stalled for months. There will be significant interest in the latest updates in technology, including Single Minute Exchange of Dies (SMED) and state-of-the-art controls that mean up to 1000 tool store operations can be accessed and applied via a single touch,” he continued.