Mach 2018

09-13 April 2018

nec birmingham uk

Lloyds Bank

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MECWASH SYSTEMS LTD

MECWASH SYSTEMS LTD

Stand: H6-168

MecWash specialises in the design and manufacture of a complete range of aqueous cleaning and degreasing systems for metal and plastic engineering components. 

Our capabilities also include the laboratory analysis of components and developing specialist detergents. 

MecWash machines are used in the aerospace, automotive, defence, medical and general engineering industries.

Address

64 Hundred
Severn Drive
Tewkesbury
GL20 8SF
United Kingdom

Website

http://www.mecwash.co.uk
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  • After decades of focus on export markets, UK customers are becoming more important than ever in the manufacturing supply chain, a trend that is increasing rapidly according to Tewkesbury-based industrial parts washing specialist MecWash... 

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  • Component cleanliness is a key quality criterion in the motor industry.  Requirements are becoming stricter as each vehicle generation launches which is why more and more manufacturers are turning to MecWash and its proven aqueous cleaning and degreasing systems to deliver precision results, as well as reduce costs.

    The Tewkesbury-based company’s systems are already being used to clean components destined for car makers such as Jaguar Land Rover, VW group, Aston Martin, BMW, Ford, General Motors, Fiat, Renault, Porsche and Mercedes to name but a few...

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  • The aerospace industry is likely to experience stronger growth in 2017 following multiple years of positive but subdued rate of growth according to a recent report [1]by Deloitte who also forecast sector revenues will likely grow by about 2.0 percent this year.

    With the news that the Government is to pump £4.7bn into high-tech sectors such as aerospace as well as the announcement of an extra runway to be built at Heathrow Airport, the industry is set to go from strength to strength...

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  • Demand for ever finer tolerances in engineered components is placing pressure on manufacturers to meet increasingly stringent customer and industry cleanliness requirements, while still maintaining profitability.

    Advances in technology within the parts cleaning industry give functional improvements and greater efficiencies that make such objectives more than achievable in most situations...

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