Jemtech (UK) is the latest company to sign up for memberships of the Manufacturing Technologies Association and is looking to use its membership to the full, participating in MTA events and providing advice on Metalworking fluids to members and their customers.

Spearheading the company’s involvement with the MTA is Jemtech’s Commercial Director, Stewart Coull. “We have given considered membership of the MTA for many months and the decisive factor in agreeing to join was the opportunity for networking with other like-minded businesses within the manufacturing sector. The opportunity to become involved with networking and seminar events is something that we are looking forward to and we will also investigate other ways in which we can contribute to the success of the Association and its members.”

Individual members of the MTA will also be able to benefit from Jemtech’s experience in the area of metalworking fluids with any of them involved directly in metalcutting having the chance to benefit from a free consultation on their cutting fluid useage and have highlighted how a small percentage improvement in productivity through optimum use of metalworking fluids can have dramatic effects on profitability, while delivering a whole raft of other benefits for companies.

“The productivity message is one that we are keen to convey to members of the MTA and their customers and we are confident that whether it is through the use of Blaser Swisslube metalwoirking fluids, or by reducing waste management costs with Waterhog, we can identify major savings and productivity gains.”

Jemtech’s Commercial Director Stewart Coull is keen to develop close working relationships with MTA members and their customers.