European suppliers will produce components for the electrical industry

Building a portfolio of local, European suppliers proved to be a step expected by our customers. Two European suppliers will manufacture components ordered by a customer from the electrical industry (low/medium voltage), with whom we are already cooperating on other projects.

The project involves the production of two components made of copper Cu-ETP EN13601 CW004A with a hardening state of R280. The use of this material is important because of its high electrical conductivity – the components will transmit electrical voltage. They will be CNC machined and additionally coated with silver to make them even more conductive.

In the EURO METRICS supplier portfolio, which we are constantly expanding, European manufacturers have an important part to play This was one reason why our offer turned out to be the most competitive in comparison to other propositions from the market and our clients continue to entrust us with their projects.

Benefits for the customer:

  • reduction of production costs,
  • proximity to the manufacturer and “Just-In-Time” delivery of parts,
  • efficient communication and technical support from the MES team,
  • coordination of the complete supply chain including plating.

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