Record breaking orders for May!

We may not be having record temperatures yet in mainland Europe, but we have seen record orders for May which is definitely something to smile about!

May 2019 has delivered us a seven figure value for order intake which is 30% higher than our average order intake for the last 2 years and our highest order in take in our 10 year history!  

This increase in orders has been driven primarily by new projects coming through from the Automotive Industry including an order for press tooling for new technology on PHEV model for a world leading luxury OEM brand. Our focus on new business development has also paid off, with a significant 6 figure deal from a new customer in the materials testing industry.

With so much uncertainty at the moment and the threat of a ‘no deal’ Brexit we have been determined here at Cube to operate a ‘Business as usual’ policy.

We have continued to invest in new machines, our team, and we have focused on diversifying into new industry sectors to drive our new business development forward.

We’re just closing on the figures for June, but early indicators look like we are set to see similar results to May. We’ve seen significant orders from the Aerospace Industry for projects including new engine optimisation variants for several commercial aircraft.

Why not take a look at the different types of industries that we work in and the tooling and fixtures that provide.

Whatever may be around the corner with BREXIT, we’re continuing to focus on delivering exceptional customer service and looking for opportunities for new business growth.

A strategy that continues to work for us!

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