Hard working AutoRIM creates its own export luck
By PRW Staff
Posted 7 September 2012
Derbyshire-based polyurethane production machinery manufacturer AutoRIM has been invited to meet with government representatives to discuss British exports.
The company, which exports more than 50% of its machinery output, is currently working on environmental projects in Belgium, Czech Republic, Egypt, Netherlands, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and Sweden.
According to AutoRIM, common to all projects is its experience and “intimate knowledge” of polyurethane used in insulated panels.
AutoRIM’s UK-designed production technology, in partnership with Hennecke’s polyurethane mixing and metering, provides a range of products with excellent insulation that often exceeds passive house standards, said the firm.
In addition to the current export focus, AutoRIM has just successfully completed the second production line for under-carpet sound insulation for the new series Range Rover, built in the UK.
Managing director Philip Hindson said: “In today’s market flexibility and willingness to embrace new skills is paramount for success particularly for the export market. A lot of hard work, time and effort have proved the old saying, the harder you work the luckier you get.”
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