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MOLLART SUB-CONTRACT ORDER BOOK GROWTH FROM OIL SECTOR FUELS MACH 2018 PRESENCE
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Mollart Engineering will be demonstrating high levels of confidence at MACH 2018 where it is focusing on its sub-contract capability following the management buyout two years ago and quarter 1 order levels rising by 30 per cent with major contracts being placed by oil industry customers.


At MACH 2018 Mollart’s sub-contract expertise will be a major stand feature with its engineers available to discuss operational strategies and capabilities with potential and existing customers.


As a result of the upsurge in orders, additional capacity has been laid down with its turn-milling section now running around-the-clock between Monday and Friday and double shifting being introduced in other sectors of the business.


Said Director Chris Barker: “It was important in our view to maintain our skill base even as our oil industry customers retracted with sub-contract orders over the last couple of years.  As a result, this has paid-off enabling us to rapidly increase the momentum to meet demand and especially to ensure the high demand for quality is achieved in working to AS9100 and 9001.2015 approved quality standards.”


Much of Mollart’s oil production work involves very complex combinations of multi-featured cycles with solutions demanded on high specification materials.  Said Mr Barker: “Our mill-turning, deep hole drilling and large bore work often involves extensive and critical porting features and holes feeding into each other. These are now fully operational and to help meet demand, a further machine has been added to the Mazak Integrex cell in Chessington.



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