Forteq Remains Flexible to Meet Demand

Forteq UK is continuing to meet customer requirements for injection moulded components during the pandemic period. Although many of its Tier 1 automotive customers have had closures in line with OEM shutdowns, forteq had several major customers needing supply. Thus the recommended coronavirus safety procedures have been actioned.

Aftermarket demand remains strong, and forteq has been flexible to meet these needs and continue supply. The automotive sector restart is now on the agenda, ensuring those who temporarily closed will be back up and running as and when needed.

Forteq UK, located in Huddersfield, supplies technical plastic parts for the automotive industry, as well as industrial components for a wide range of applications such as meters and valves.

In recent years, forteq has secured new business for electric vehicle components. This has developed into one of the company’s key strategic applications, alongside air suspension, actuator gears, engine timing systems and fuel filtration. Significant investment approaching £2 million has recently been made at the Huddersfield facility, to ensure they are utilising the latest and most efficient technologies to stay ahead.

Steve Roberts, Business Development Manager, commented:

“Forteq UK has secured two new blue-chip customers during 2019 and currently working towards completion of 30 mould tools with minimal disruption. We are actively looking for mould tool transfers too for customers considering relocating tooling for cost-out projects or consolidating supply base.”

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