For over ten years Defremm SpA has been a regular exhibitor at Fastener Fairs all over the world, but the one show it says it cannot afford to miss is Fastener Fair Stuttgart. The 2019 show is no different, with Defremm looking forward to the opportunity to showcase its range of products and its reputation for precision workmanship.
Since 1980 Defremm has specialised in cold forming production in the north of Italy. Its main focus is on the manufacture of special parts to customer drawings and it is also IATF 16949 certified. Defremm manufactures small metal parts for a range of highly specialised applications. These include fasteners for brakes, locks, doors, roof systems and engines in the automotive industry. The company also make parts for household appliances as well as fittings for plumbing, window and door frames, sports equipment and general mechanical applications.
Defremm produces standard fasteners including rivet nuts and blind rivets and can produce parts from 5mm to 90mm in length and 2mm to 18mm in diameters, in materials such as carbon steel, aluminium alloy, copper, brass and stainless steel.
Over the past four years Defremm has transformed into an Industry 4.0 company, utilising smart manufacturing technologies for the governance of business. This enables the company to provide greater flexibility and prompter reaction times, from the drawing board to the final delivery, with the same high-quality standard it has always guaranteed. Defremm has involved its entire supply chain in this process of constant improvement and this also means raising the bar for its suppliers whose support is so fundamental to this mission.
Find Defremm at Fastener Fair Stuttgart on Stand 3.1534
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