Outsourcing processes can be counterproductive, especially when components arrive late or are poor quality. Birmingham-based Edmar Engineering Company Ltd has taken control of its cutting capabilities, splashing out on a A-1212 waterjet from WARDJET – and the business benefits have proved manifold.

Fourth generation family-run business Edmar Engineering celebrates its 80th birthday next year, but its service provision is cutting-edge as ever, thanks to its latest acquisition – a WARDJET A-1212 waterjet machine. 

The company specialises in small quantity machining, prototypes, one-offs, jigs, fixtures, and special purpose machines. Prior to purchasing the WARDJET A-1212, Edmar outsourced their waterjet cutting requirements, but this solution was becoming increasingly problematic for the company.

Find out how Edmar’s new WARDJET A-1212 waterjet machine has improved their reactivity, increased client retention, and helped reduce their production costs. Read full published article here.