Full Steam Ahead for Tufcot!

25th November 2016

With a week still to go, Tufcot has had one of its most successful months of the year in November! This has meant that we are back to 24 hour production operations over the next few weeks before Christmas.

This is a testament to the planning and marketing over 2016, which is showing clear rewards, long may this continue. There are huge variances in the types of products being ordered throughout November, ranging from long tube orders to high volume split ring orders to large bearings with external grooves and holes. The beauty of the Tufcot® material and products ois that it can be used in so many market sectors on so many applications, the sky is the limit (or even the seabed) should I say! This week will be the last week Tufcot are scheduling any finished products to be shipped in 2016. Raw material tubes and laminates will still be shipped either week 49 or week 50 (our last shipment week). Please make sure you place your orders with plenty of time. We are hopeful that we can maintain our over 98% on time deliveries for the rest of 2016 aswell as our maximum 3 week deliveries on standard parts. Tufcot will be creating their 2017 Marketing Plans over the next few weeks. We have many ideas and many areas we wish to target! Happy November!

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