Erre Due UK Ltd travelled to the heart of industrial Europe to take its exhibition stand at the Blech Expo, an international exhibition for sheet metal working, in Stuttgart. Alongside the Schweisstec trade fair, the event saw over 1,000 exhibitors from more than 30 countries. As one of the leading world trade fairs for sheet metal processing and a key meeting place for industry in the primary European market, Erre Due Ltd was in good company with fellow manufacturers of products, machines, systems and accessories for sheet metal component production from the small scale to the industrial.
As the exclusive UK based reseller of Italian firm Erre Due Spa, Erre Due UK Limited has more than 7 years of experience in the operation and maintenance of nitrogen generators for laser cutting applications. The countless advantages that nitrogen generators offer in laser cutting applications has been well received by the impressive range of visitors and decision makers attending the exhibition.
Held at the Stuttgart trade fair centre, the 11th Blech Expo has confirmed its growing importance within the industry. It has proven to be an ideal platform from which to exemplify the cost benefits and environmental advantages of onsite nitrogen generators to global manufacturing businesses as the use of lasers becomes more prevalent and nitrogen more expensive.
As active members of the industrial laser community, Rojac Limited are members of the Association of Industrial Laser Users. The UK based industry association has a 300 strong membership base stretching over five continents. Membership comprises primarily of laser users in industry and academia and of manufacturers and suppliers of lasers and laser-related equipment or services.
With worldwide recognition, the AILU offers practical advice on both technical and business matters related to laser applications in manufacturing. Rojac’s allegiance to the Association is indicative of its dedication to promoting best practice in industrial laser materials processing, and associated technologies, and to the improvement of the safety standards and performance standards of laser use.
In particular, Rojac Limited are part of The Job Shop Special Interest Group as part of their commitment to the successful running of a laser job shop and to their maintaining of a thorough knowledge of the developments in industry.
Rojac Ltd are pleased to unveil their new website to more accurately represent the capabilities of the Birmingham based sheet metal fabrication firm. The site replaces the existing website which had been in use for several years. Designed by creative agency, Align and Pull, the new site has been drastically improved with an impressive visual design, highly user-friendly layout and up to date information about the firm’s capabilities.
Speaking about the new site, Jonathan Cox, Managing Director commented: “Our new site is visually far more appealing and easier for our customers to navigate. As we benefit from an upturn in demand across several of our operational areas and are working at full capacity, we felt it was the right time to improve our online presence and Align and Pull have produced excellent results.”
A selection of some of the many successful projects that the firm has completed for customers across a number of markets will also be featured in an ever growing archive of case studies on the new site. The ease with which the site can be updated and the new blog facility will also ensure that Rojac can share their most recent developments.
The new website is part of a series of new marketing initiatives that are set to be rolled out in coming months.
A world famous, UK based film studio, which is now open to the public, called upon the services of Rojac Ltd to ensure that tours of the studio where able to continue unhindered and not cause disappointment to the thousands of visitors that pass through its doors.
The film studio houses a myriad of life-size models, animatronics and special effects which have made the film series iconic. The special effects are controlled electronically via touchpads and the touchpads individually protected by a pin. However, the studio experienced technical difficulties when it became evident that the touchpads could be tampered with and the special effects disturbed. To maintain the high expectations of its visitors, the studio required Rojac Ltd to produce and fit covers for the touchpads.
Jonathan Cox, Managing Director of Rojac Ltd said: “As an impressive showcase of British artistry and talent, we were only too pleased to carry out the work for the studio. We realised how important it was for them to have the special effects in full operation to allow the exceptionally large number of visitors to continue on the walking tours.”