Brammer Buck & Hickman wins contract with gas turbine engine firm12 September 2019

Brammer Buck & Hickman, a UK supplier of industrial maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products and services, has been awarded a new contract with Trac Precision Machining for the supply of tools and consumables, and other associated products.

Trac Precision Machining is part Chromalloy, which delivers solutions designed to reduce manufacturing and operating expenses and extend the life of gas turbine engines. It works with OEMs, commercial airlines, the military, as well as oil, gas and power companies.

The new contract covers Trac Precision Machining’s site at Crewe, with the opportunity to expand to four further UK sites. For maximum convenience and cost-efficiency, the cutting tools, consumables, abrasive belts and PPE products are being dispensed at the site via nine Invend vending machines. Invend provides 24/7 availability of the right industrial consumables at the point where they are needed.

As part of the Invend service, Brammer Buck & Hickman has supplied the industrial tool and PPE vending machines, software and the initial stock fill, as well as ongoing monitoring of re-order levels and automatic restocking when required.

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Chris Lowe, procurement manager at Trac Precision Machining, says: “Brammer Buck & Hickman are a key integrated service provider to Trac Crewe & Chromalloy Alfreton. Although the relationship is still in its infancy, the level of support & transparency has enabled both sites to increase efficiencies and reduce down time.”

Brammer Buck & Hickman is part of the Rubix group.

Adam Offord

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