Absolute CNC has now more than doubled our capacity through the acquisition of Trimac machining. The two companies have come together under the banner of Absolute CNC from January 15th 2016. We are now located at 7 Malvern road, Onehunga, Auckland.
This is an exciting time for everyone involved and reaffirms our position as one of NZ’s premier machine shops.
What does this mean for our customers? The acquisition now means we have increased capacity, increased capability and ISO 9001certified quality system ensuring absolute quality and continuing improvement.
CNC machining is still our core business and we now have 2-CNC lathes, 3-3axis milling, 1-4axis mill and 5 axis milling capabilities.
Give us a call today to discuss your requirements and how we can best fulfill them. We look forward to hearing from you.
As part of Absolute CNC’s acquisition we are now ISO 9001 certified. ISO 9001 certificating is a circular cycle of 4 points. Plan-Do-Check-Act. Just as a circle never ends so does this cycle.
Repeating this cycle over and over ensures your jobs leave our workshop and arrive at your door made and checked to the highest standards every time.
Absolute cnc and our staff are proud to be part of this system and we are always training and looking for ways to improve our customers experience and staff capabilities.
REBRAND FOR ABSOLUTE CNC
Over the last three months Absolute CNC has seen some substantial changes. We have been tirelessly working on our new logo and website. You will notice our new logo and website. All staff are excited with the fresh new look (with the possible exception of Ben, our trusty hound) and are looking forward to the road ahead. Watch this space as every two months we will be publishing a newsletter showcasing what we have done and announcing new opportunities. If you would like to talk to us further about how we can assist you please contact us on +64 (0)9 622 0004 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CLOSING IN ON BECOMING A PRO
After many years of training our apprentice Kyle is close to finishing his apprenticeship. He has one unit to finish in the next couple of weeks and it will all be done. Kyle came to us from another company that had mass layoffs during the GFC and has shown real promise throughout the two and a half years he has been with us. We look forward to him remaining with Absolute CNC and to continue producing the high quality work he does.