Teknoform focuses on special and challenging cold formed parts and has a full range of production capabilities in-house, including cold forging machines and secondary operations, heat treatment, an R&D department, as well as a quality laboratory that is constructed according to the requirements of the automotive industry.
Teknoform’s partnership with SMF Tools means it can provide quick and reliable production as well as fast delivery. The company has establishing itself as a supplier to the automotive industry, passing the VW audit with an ‘A grade’ for both Class 8.8 and 10.9.
“Increasing our production with the automotive industry during recent years has been a key aim for the business,” explains Teknoform. “We believe that global OEMs investments into Turkey over recent years has helped accelerate our growth in the market and enabled us to export to new countries and continents.”
External sales currently account for 60% of Teknoform’s business. The most important export market is Europe, but the company is also looking to enter the US market. “With recent Nedschoref machine investments increasing capacity, speed, and efficiency, as well as an increasing number of customer, we are always thinking about our future growth in the fastener market,” says Teknoform. “Our geographic positioning makes us the perfect partner to Europe ensuring a logistical advantage. It will be those businesses that are able to offer not only special and quality products but also those that are able to build a relationship with customers, and become ‘special’ in the eyes of customers, that will stand out from the crowd and succeed.”
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