Custom engineered spring productsAssociated Spring Raymond has been manufacturing and distributing stock precision engineered components for over 150 years. The company's global reach puts it in a strong position to deliver exactly what customers need, precisely when they need it. Having 100,000 stock items to choose from also gives the company a distinct advantage when developing custom engineered solutions. Drawing from its stock holding and wealth of experience in design engineering, the Raymond team has built a solid reputation for building strong relationships through using their problem solving capabilities.
Working from start to finish on third party applications is what adds value to the Raymond proposition. Raymond's expertise and focus on customer requirements throughout a project has given their customers a distinct advantage over their competitors.
The team has been working on many lift assist applications using Raymond m-Strut (mechanical strut) and n-Strut (gas strut) technologies, from cast and fabricated access hatches to manual and robot paint slave assist projects and mobility ramp applications. They have also found the time to develop innovative extensions to their ranges like the Prop-Lock, a self-locking system that complements the m-Strut counterbalancing solution.
The dedicated engineering and sales teams have also been working on many custom solutions projects for automotive, retail POS, incinerator and furnace solutions, valve applications, medical and defence applications.
Matt Rawnsley, MD for Raymond EU, comments: "We understand that we operate in a competitive environment and that our customers' expectations are very high. Exceeding those expectations is the foundation of our business strategy. Supplying the highest quality products on time, every time is the philosophy of our SPEC product offering, while understanding that a more tailored, consultative and hands-on approach is more beneficial for those requiring custom engineered components."
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