It’s never easy to find a reliable manufacturing company, but if you are dealing with a supplier that is trusted by the likes of Ocado, Ford and BAE Systems you know you are in good hands.
With a 50-year anniversary in its sights, South Wales based DJJ Precision Engineering has confirmed it will exhibit at the Southern Manufacturing Expo later this week. The manufacturing firm works closely with the likes of Ocado, Ford and BAE Systems, along with many more blue-chip manufacturers across industries that demand the highest levels of quality, reliability, and service. These include key sectors such as food and drink processing and packaging, aerospace, automotive, medical, defence, security, and energy.
In recent years DJJ has experienced considerable growth working with customers and distributors looking to reduce the financial exposure and risk of shipping delays that come from using overseas suppliers. Projects from Dreamliner wing components and medical diagnostics, through to bottling plants and complex grocery picking grid bots are just a few industries who have benefited from keeping production at home.
The company offers a complete 24/7 manufacturing service for turned and machined components, producing components in everything from steels, complex metals, and exotics to a wide range of engineering plastics and machined castings.
This is complemented by all the added value processes that allow it to offer a truly one-stop-shop. These services include finishing, laser marking, grinding, surface treatments, assembly, inspection certification and delivery. Everything is manufactured in conformance with industry requirements and certified to the highest global standards.
DJJ has embraced the opportunities that have come from advances in robotics and CNC machining and made significant investments in cutting edge manufacturing technology to meet industry’s evolving needs.
During the pandemic DJJ invested in automating manufacturing processes for customers such as Ocado. It introduced unique robotic machining cells to meet production requirements in both Europe and the USA, alongside full five-axis machining and high-end turning centres from the world’s leading machinery manufacturers.
The investments have allowed the company to extend capacity with automated round-the-clock operations, whilst achieving high production efficiencies that ensure fast turnarounds, consistent quality, minimised energy consumption, reduced carbon footprint and, more importantly, a genuine competitive advantage on costs for both DJJ and its customers.
The high level of service provided by DJJ is underlined by awards from Ford Motors Global, quality accreditations and the membership of leading industry bodies including Make UK Defence, ADS, the SMMT and the MTA. All manufacturing operations are covered by the highly regarded TUVRheinland ISO 9001:2015 QMS quality assurance accreditation.
In March 2023 DJJ was supplier certified by the prestigious, invitation-only JOSCAR register. As a result, it’s now an accredited supplier to organisations such as BAE Systems, the MoD, Rolls-Royce, Boeing and Raytheon. DJJ was also a recent winner of the BAE Systems International Chairman’s Award for providing design and final production support on a project that has now been submitted for worldwide patent.
Managing Director Dennis Jones said: Our investments in high accuracy machinery allows us to remain competitive during constantly evolving industry challenges and make a difference to our customers. Were excited to showcase this expertise at the Southern Manufacturing show.”
He added: “We have an exciting future ahead, with the development of a new energy efficient manufacturing facility, which has been in design for three years. The extension is set to increase production surface areas and provide additional clean room extensions, whilst also providing unique training facilities for engineering skills development.
“With the substantial labour challenges faced by manufacturing businesses every day, DJJ has decided it’s time to grow its own! The expansion will provide real hands-on skills experiences and encourage interest in manufacturing and the inevitable robotisation of CNC machining.”
Visit DJJ Engineering on Stand E230 at Southern Manufacturing. To find out more, visit: https://www.djjengineering.com/