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TRUMPF UK is on course to register another record sales year

TRUMPF UK is on course to register another record sales year

Added to MTDCNC by TRUMPF on 01 April 2015

Confirmation that TRUMPF UK is on course to register another record sales year came at the end of a very successful Open House week for the Luton based company. The event welcomed more than 250 people from the OEM and subcontracting sectors, many of whom were first time visitors.  

TRUMPF was also delighted to receive orders for machines from each of its technology groups and have the opportunity to introduce its new TruServices Centre; a £160,000 hub that supports customers throughout the life cycle of their machines and beyond.

TRUMPF Open House featured a number of notable firsts.  The star attraction was the world’s first public showing of the new TruLaser 3030 fiber laser machine with BrightLine fiber technology.  This technology makes it possible to cut both thick and thin materials on a solid-state laser machine with equal quality and cost-efficiency, giving manufacturers far greater flexibility than ever before.  

Also new to the UK was the compact TruPunch 2000 punching and profiling machine and the TruMark 5010, available as a mobile laser marker or for easy integration into the production line.

One of the highest value orders received during Open House was from the Midlands subcontractor, Lasershape.  The company is growing its fleet of TRUMPF 2D flat bed laser cutting machines with the addition of a TruLaser 5030 fiber, its fourth installation of this highly productive fibre-guided machine.  

BrightLine fiber, which continued to be such an important feature at Open House, also made a significant contribution to the company’s 2014/2015 sales performance.  

Last year, TRUMPF marked its 40th year in operation with its highest ever turnover.  With three months left in its current financial year TRUMPF is set to top that record breaking figure by around 5% to close at £47m.

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