Have company consolidations left you wondering who can melt your alloys?

Over the last 10 years, a number of companies in the aerospace industry have joined forces. While this probably improved the bottom line of these new conglomerates, you might be sending your alloys melting jobs to a competitor.

Here are two scenarios you might run into if you use a competitor as your melt shop:

  1. You are developing a small alloy and want to stay off the radar.  Since a competitor is doing your work, you wonder if your development will truly remain confidential.
  2. You have a very tight timeframe. Unfortunately, the shop that is doing the melt has conflicting goals. At first they say they can meet your deadline. However, your job ends up taking a back seat since they put a higher priority on their own work.

If you are new to this blog, you might have missed our earlier post about the benefits of working with a family-owned alloys company. When you have a chance, I invite you to click here to read the entire post.  Two of the advantages of working with us address the major concerns of working with a competitor. As a company that is totally independent, I can guarantee that when you work with us your project will remain confidential and you will always be our highest priority.

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