Despite mechanical processing being one of Carnitech’s lesser known fields, this has not prevented it from becoming one of our most successful areas in 2011. Within the mechanical processing field Carnitech is a total supplier of water-cutting, laser-cutting, welding, polishing, bending, glass blasting and deburring. We also process items in stainless steel, steel and aluminum for the machine industry.
"As a sub-supplier we specialise in tailormade solutions for customers in watercutting, laser-cutting, welding, polishing, bending, glass blasting and deburring," confirms area sales manager Lasse Have Nielsen. "We have existed in this business for many years as a total supplier and we have a good reputation, but 2011 has proved to be our best year yet. We have two people in sales that keep the whole production going, and run two shift operations on all machines except the water cutter which runs three. We have won many new customers this year that we can add to our large database of existing customers and this is mainly due to positive word of mouth."
High demands for ourselves
"We guarantee high quality in both materials and expertise," Lasse explains. "Our procedures are rational and efficient and we guarantee a large degree of flexibility when co-operating with our customers. We take pride in a very fast response time and an excellent consistency of supply. Also, one of our greatest advantages compared to the competition is that we have in-house deburring."
"One of the trends we have seen in 2011 is that we have received many largerorders from the same customers, and this of course indicates satisfied customers," adds Lasse. One of the customers that placed a large order with Carnitech mechanical processing was a larger Norwegian Processing company who needed two large tubs of 40 m3 and two smaller tubs with integrated conveyors for the fish processing industry. Carnitech handled all the processes using laser-cutting, water-cutting, bending and welding. The workshop manager at the Norwegian company, said: "We have been very satisfied with the work that Carnitech has done for us." He goes on to add: "We are very pleased with the quick response time when we have an enquiry, and even the delivery time is fast. All processes are conducted with great expertise and quality and we have already placed new orders for items to be cut and bended."
Likewise, a company from Northern Jutland has nothing but praise for the work Carnitech has done for them. "Our orders with Carnitech are for lasercutting, water-cutting and bending of aluminum components," says Purchase - Logistic manager at the company in Northern Jutland. "Carnitech started as a test supplier in the summer of 2011 and they had a good start of what we hope will develop into a long co-operation to our great satisfaction. There were a few problems in the start-up phase which have now been solved thanks to a great deal of goodwill from Carnitech. I definitely see Carnitech as a preferred partner for cut and bended aluminum items in the future, and we look forward to a long and constructive co-operation," he adds.
Bright future ahead
"Innovation and an eye toward the future are key elements for us as we strive to ensure our customers have the best and most up-to-date solutions," Lasse explains. "One of our newest initiatives has been to implement the production module in Axapta to improve the flow in order processing. We have high hopes for the future in this area and we expect even greater success in 2012 - which will hopefully also result in an expansion of the mechanical processing department."
Mechanical processing - a huge success
Despite mechanical processing being one of Carnitech’s lesser known fields, this has not prevented it from becoming one of our most successful areas in 2011.