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Engineering Technology Group (ETG) Forges Partnership with Durma to Enhance Fabrication Division

by Anna

Engineering Technology Group (ETG) has recently unveiled its new Fabrication Division, a strategic move accompanied by the appointment of industry experts and technical collaborations with leading machine tool manufacturers. Adding to its arsenal, ETG has now partnered with Durma, signaling a significant expansion in its portfolio of offerings.

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The collaboration between Durma and ETG promises to be a boon for existing Durma customers, who can now expect unparalleled levels of service and technical support, akin to the esteemed standards enjoyed by ETG’s clientele.

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Durma, a well-established brand in the UK for over 25 years, boasts over 1000 machine installations across various industry sectors, catering to a diverse clientele ranging from small businesses to global OEMs.

The partnership with Durma represents a substantial enhancement for ETG’s Fabrication Division and its customers, as Durma’s product range encompasses a wide array of machinery including press brakes, laser cutting machines, plasma cutting systems, bending centers, guillotine shears, cylinder bending machines, punch presses, notching machines, and automation solutions. With the world’s largest portfolio of sheetmetal machinery and automation solutions, this cutting-edge technology is now readily accessible through ETG.

Aykut Ozturk, Durma UK sales manager, elucidated the rationale behind selecting ETG as their partner for the UK market, citing the country’s significant potential in sheetmetal machinery sales, estimated at around £900 million annually. Ozturk emphasized ETG’s stellar reputation for service and support, coupled with its existing collaborations with prestigious brands like Nakamura-Tome and Chiron, making it an ideal partner for Durma’s growth ambitions.

Andrew Smith Hughes, ETG’s product manager for fabrication, echoed Ozturk’s sentiments, expressing excitement over the partnership’s prospects. Hughes highlighted Durma’s esteemed reputation as one of Europe’s premier sheetmetal and fabrication machine tool brands, underscoring the exceptional build quality, innovation, and automation solutions offered by Durma.

To explore how ETG can cater to your sheet, tube, and fabrication requirements, interested parties are encouraged to reach out to ETG for further information. Alternatively, visitors can witness the quality and innovation firsthand at MACH, where Durma will be showcased alongside ETG at Stand 750 in Hall 18. The exhibition will feature demonstrations of three machines, including a 6kW fiber laser, a press brake with robotic loading, and a 375-tonne servo press brake.

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