The top-quality application support from Avure has a very high value to our team, especially as we take our sheet metal capability to higher expertise levels.
Mr. Murathan Toprak, Kale Aero
Västerås, Sweden (PRWEB) June 04, 2013
To meet growing demand for aeronautical components and assemblies, Avure Technologies, the leading provider of high-pressure pressing equipment, announces the introduction of a new cost-efficient fluid cell press. Avure, which began as a spin-off from the electrotechnical company ABB/ASEA, has provided sheet metal fabrication equipment to the aeronautical industry since the mid 1960s.
“The new system is tailor-made to suit the demand from lower tier providers in the aerospace supply chain,” states Sture Olsson, the Business Unit director of the Metal Forming operation within Avure. “Today we see a shift of the sheet metal fabrication from the OEMs to lower tier providers, in many cases smaller-sized companies, with dedicated and more narrow production needs,” Mr. Olsson adds.
Turkish Customer Focuses on Value and Production Versatility
A system for the newly designed press, specially built for the Turkish company Kale Aero, will be on display in late June at the Avure facility in Sweden.
“We are currently shifting our focus from being a machine-shop to also include sheet metal forming,” states the Operations Director at Kale Aero, Mr.Murathan Toprak. “Our decision to choose the new system from Avure was really based on the fact that Avure was able to provide a first-class fluid cell press at a price level affordable to us and suiting our product mix and needs.”
Mr. Toprak adds: “Equally important, we also have received top quality application support from Avure, including tool design training. Such support has a very high value to our team, especially since we are taking our sheet metal capability to higher expertise levels.”
Avure Technologies specializes in the design, manufacturing, installation, and global support of
high pressure presses for sheet metal forming, densification of advanced materials and critical industrial parts, and high pressure pasteurization to keep food fresh longer and pathogen-free. The company has its headquarters in Västerås, Sweden, with significant operations also in Columbus, Ohio, USA.
About the Kale Group
The foundation of the Kale Group institutions was laid in 1957 leading the establishment of floor tile ceramic sector in Turkey. The Kale Group is today a world leading ceramic manufacturer, as well as a player in machine and component production, defense, chemistry, electrical materials, energy, communication, transportation, tourism and the food sector. The Kale Group has also a long-term cooperation with Boeing, supplying body and wing parts.