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Blog Article | The Summer of Innovation

At Abbey we understand that things are a little different right now, perhaps even a little difficult. However, remaining abreast with the latest industry innovations shouldn’t be, that’s why we are working with multiple leading tooling manufacturers to bring you a range of short but informative webinars.

In June and July we held two webinars with leading DC tooling specialist Cleco and Sturtevant Richmont respectfully. Focussing on their innovations in intelligent tooling, we conducted detailed product demonstrations followed by expert led Q&A sessions.

What we’ve learned so far

We began the series with Cleco’s CellCore range of products. As we increasingly move towards smarter modes of manufacturing and look to establish factories of the future, there is an acknowledged pressure to adopt solutions which are better optimised, better connected and better to use than ever before.

From the innovators at Cleco, the team at Abbey reviewed a new range of controllers, designed to help manage a wide variety of assembly tools. True to their core ideology, this range of global controllers are designed to optimise connectivity and maximise versatility.

To view the webinar, click on the video below and learn more about this durable, reliable and accurate tooling range.

Meanwhile from the team at Sturtevant Richmont comes the revolutionary new TAC wrench. A wonderfully simplified and smarter tool, the TAC wrench allows for far better control and accuracy in assembly tooling than ever before.

When in 2019, Sturtevant Richmont released the TAC digital click wrench, they seamlessly combined the speed, agility and ease of use elements from their click wrenches with the accuracy, reporting capabilities and torque and angle functionality of their 1350 digital torque and angle wrenches.

Again, to learn more about this fantastic product, click to view the webinar below.

Want a quick overview?

If you are pushed for time and after a quick review of these products, visit the Abbey Industrial Solutions YouTube page here and view the product demonstrations directly.

What are your tooling needs?

As an independent tooling solutions provider, Abbey Industrial Solutions are on hand to provide advice on the latest in tooling innovations across the industry. Whether you seek replacements for single units or require an entire suite of tooling assets, our expert team are on hand to guide you through your every need and tooling headache.

Seeking a more comprehensive solution?

Designed around your individual business needs, Abbey One is a fully customisable purchase and maintenance programme designed to suit your tooling purchase and maintenance needs.

To find out more about the service we offer, please click here for more information.

Are your tools fully serviced and optimised?

Alongside the sale of tooling suites, Abbey Industrial Solutions boasts a manufacture trained fleet of engineers. Our service team members are fully trained to complete meticulous maintenance on all your tooling assets. From pneumatic to DC tooling services, our team can help to ensure that your tools are fully optimised for your production needs.

To organise the contact free collection of your tooling assets, please click here to download a returns sheet, or alternatively, please feel free to contact the team directly today, to learn more.

Contact the team at Abbey Industrial Solutions today to learn how we can help you maximise your manufacturing productivity: discover@abbeyis.co.uk |  01924 224240

Blog Article | Abbey Engineer Completes GSAT Examination

Here at Abbey Industrial Solutions, we work closely with multiple airline manufacturers, some of whom operate on sites with passes required for airside working conditions. In the summer of 2020, an Abbey Aerospace Specialist Engineer has travelled the extra mile to achieve a GSAT certification.

What is GSAT?

EU and DfT legislation now make it mandatory for all airport staff operating airside to complete a General Security Awareness Training (GSAT) course. Developed and regularly reviewed in response emerging security threats in aviation, the GSAT course helps to ensure that staff are fully aware of the security measures in place, in the event of an incident.

These measures include an awareness of obligations staff are to meet in the event of an attack or incident. Training also covers the procedures with which to report any suspicious activity, crime or security breaches.

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How are these measures influenced?

In recent years, there have been many changes and developments in security measures at airports, all of which have been emplaced to ensure the safety of all travelling onboard an aeroplane. For example, the 2007 Glasgow Airport Attack in which a Jeep Cherokee loaded with propane gas cylinders and petrol cans was driven at speed into the doors of the Glasgow Airport departure area, went on to the creation of a vehicle exclusion zone at airports to prevent such horrifying attacks from occurring again.

Another incident in 2001 involved Richard Reid, he had attempted to kill himself and nearly 200 travellers in a US passenger plane three days before Christmas, with a bomb in his shoes, earning himself the rather inventive title of “The Shoe Bomber,” whilst passengers now have the pleasure of removing shoes when checking through airport security.

Why was this important for Abbey?

At Abbey Industrial Solutions, we pride ourselves on providing bespoke solutions to manufacturers. By obtaining this certification, Graham, our resident Aerospace Specialist Engineer, is able to safely visit all aspects of a customer’s business to provide his knowledge and expertise.

At Abbey, we work closely with our customers to deliver considered solutions to tooling headaches. To find your answers, contact the team today and learn how we can help you resolve any tooling or service related needs.

Contact the team at Abbey Industrial Solutions today to learn how we can help you maximise your manufacturing productivity: discover@abbeyis.co.uk |  01924 224240

Blog Article | The Importance of Being Earnest

An article published by the HSE department in June of this year brought to light the failings of a rather cavalier individual who offered multiple small and medium sized enterprises, ill informed advice upon multiple complex issues concerning health and safety in the workplace, all whilst being entirely unqualified to do so.

This breach in regulation and disregard for the health and safety of those he advised, demonstrates the clear importance of calling upon earnest professionals who are fully qualified and certified by governing bodies, to examine and advise on such multifaceted matters. The individual in question offered flawed advice in relation to hand arm vibration, workplace noise and the control of substances hazardous to health in the workplace.

Why is this significant?

If we take the example of hand arm vibration syndrome (HAVS), this in an entirely preventable illness which is a serious and often disabling condition. The uninformed advisor as mentioned above, had in cases, incorrectly identified the risk from exposure to HAVS as ‘low’ and instead advised to use ‘anti vibration gloves’ as an appropriate control measure.

Looking at a series of article published by The Building Safety Group in 2019, one such, understood that between 2008 and 2017 there were over 7000 new claims for HAVS according to the Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit. Incorrect usage and perhaps even incorrect advice had, in these instances, caused an entirely preventable illness.

All businesses using machinery and tools which are prone to vibrations must to comply to a number of workplace legislations including:

  • Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
  • Management Health & Safety Works Regulations 1999
  • The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005
  • PUWER Regulations 1998

What can Abbey Industrial Solutions do?

At Abbey, we have specialist trained team members who are fully IOA qualified to deliver accurate and useful advice on how to best manage tooling assets in line with government legislation and standards. The Abbey team can conduct on-site assessments using our own, specialist HAVS testing equipment before offering fully HSE recognised solutions to reduce both risk on site and with equipment, whilst also advising on best practice.

Click here to learn more about our Vibration Risk Management Services

Are your tools fully serviced and optimised?

Beyond safety advice, or even tooling sales; Abbey’s service team members are fully trained to complete meticulous maintenance on all your tooling assets. From pneumatic tool repair to DC tool repair services, the Abbey service team can help to ensure that your tools are fully optimised for your production needs.

Contact the team at Abbey Industrial Solutions today to learn how we can help you maximise your manufacturing productivity: discover@abbeyis.co.uk |  01924 224240

Company Profile | Bosch, Engineered for Excellence

A prominent presence in the tooling market, Bosch are beyond a household staple for appliances and tooling. Bosch’s industrial tooling ranges are designed to help ease and optimise manufacturing output.

Bosch Professional provides a multitude of tooling applications for the industrial market, focussing on the air tools provision; air tools are used across multiple manufacturing disciplines. Reliable and robust, they are a trusted tooling companion with considered ergonomics. Modern pneumatic tools offer the very latest features and benefits in air tools design.

As quoted by Bosch, the primary advantage of production air tools is their small, lightweight design. This allows for the tools to become a trusted asset amongst a suite of applications, whilst the robust design can withstand the most demanding of industrial applications.

Examples of Bosch tooling applications include:

Angle Grinders and Metalworking – Bosch power tools for metalworking represent a maximisation in the use of available power. Whether required in the toughest of applications such as surface finishing or cutting a wide variety of materials, these tools are designed to meet a variety of usage demands perfectly.

EXACT Range – The EXACT production cordless screwdrivers and wrenches guarantee ultimate precision in production work. Recommended for use, when cabled counterparts would prove to be cumbersome, this range is accurate, reliable and energy efficient.

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What are your tooling needs?

As a proud distributor of Bosch products in the UK, Abbey Industrial Solutions bring to market, expert knowledge on the latest air tool solutions which can help to optimise manufacturing processes for our clients. As an independent tooling solutions provider, Abbey Industrial Solutions are on hand to provide advice on the latest in tooling innovations across the industry. Whether you seek replacements for single units or require an entire suite of tooling assets, our expert team are on hand to guide you through your every need and tooling headache.

Seeking a more comprehensive solution?

Designed around your individual business needs, Abbey One is a fully customisable purchase and maintenance programme designed to suit your tooling purchase and maintenance needs.

To find out more about the service we offer, please click here for more information.

Are your tools fully serviced and optimised?
Alongside the sale of tooling suites, Abbey Industrial Solutions boasts a manufacturer trained team of engineers. Our service team members are fully trained to complete meticulous maintenance on all your tooling assets. From pneumatic to DC tool repair services, our team can help to ensure that your tools are fully optimised for your production needs.

To organise the contact free collection of your tooling assets, please click here to download a returns sheet, or alternatively, please feel free to contact the team directly today, to learn more.

Contact the team at Abbey Industrial Solutions today to learn how we can help you maximise your manufacturing productivity: discover@abbeyis.co.uk |  01924 224240

Company Profile | ATA, The Industrial Air Tools Specialist

Industrial tooling is utilised in a multitude of applications across multiple sectors and at Abbey Industrial Solutions, we recognise that no two companies and their needs are the same. Alongside electric and Industry 4.0 led DC Tooling solutions, we also specialise in the sale of air tools.

Unlike conventional power tools which are powered by battery or electric supply, pneumatic tools are powered by an air compressor, which amongst other things, helps to ensure that a constant level of pressure is supplied to the tool.

Contrasting electric tool counterparts, air tools are a lightweight solution for applications in which prolonged use of a tool may be required. The often ergonomic design helps to reduce muscle fatigue and strain for the user. Another perceived benefit of an air tool is the lower maintenance cost and quicker repair times owing to fewer moving components comprising the machine. This all results in a reduced expectant downtime of tools whilst essential maintenance and repair is conducted.

The primary benefit of these tools is the versatility of use. As the reliance on electricity is eliminated, these tools are compatible for use in remote locations or environments in which electric tools pose a potential hazard and risk to health.

ATA Industrial Air Tools carry an “extensive and comprehensive portfolio to include a vast range of tooling solutions which allow consumers to maximise productivity and efficiency as well as maintaining safety.”

The ATA range of Die Grinders “cover a wide range of applications from grinding to finishing. With an excellent power to weight ratio, ATA’s straight body die grinder range consists of 5 product lines that are cross functional in several industries.”

Meanwhile their range of Industrial Angle Grinders “are ideal for heavy-duty applications requiring fast stock removal. Built with a high power air motor, ATA’s range of angle grinders are designed to drive grinding. Common applications are weld prep and dressing, edge preparations, post weld finishing and flash removal on castings or forgings.”

What are your tooling needs?

As a proud distributor of ATA products in the UK, Abbey Industrial Solutions bring to market, expert knowledge on the latest air tool solutions which can help to optimise manufacturing processes for our clients. As an independent tooling solutions provider, Abbey Industrial Solutions are on hand to provide advice on the latest in tooling innovations across the industry. Whether you seek replacements for single units or require an entire suite of tooling assets, our expert team are on hand to guide you through your every need and tooling headache.

Seeking a more comprehensive solution?

Designed around your individual business needs, Abbey One is a fully customisable purchase and maintenance programme designed to suit your tooling purchase and maintenance needs.

To find out more about the service we offer, please click here for more information.

Are your tools fully serviced and optimised?

Alongside the sale of tooling suites, Abbey Industrial Solutions boasts a manufacturer trained fleet of engineers. Our service team members are fully trained to complete meticulous maintenance on all your tooling assets. From pneumatic to DC tooling services, our team can help to ensure that your tools are fully optimised for your production needs.

To organise the contact free collection of your tooling assets, please click here to download a returns sheet, or alternatively, please feel free to contact the team directly today, to learn more.

Contact the team at Abbey Industrial Solutions today to learn how we can help you maximise your manufacturing productivity: discover@abbeyis.co.uk |  01924 224240

Abbey Events | Abbey Product Innovation Series – Sturtevant Richmont

This event has now been held. Please go here for a link to the event. 

Following on from the previous success of Abbey’s product innovation webinar, we’re pleased to invite you to a brand new presentation. Site visits may be difficult right now, however the dynamic team at Abbey are here to ensure that you remain abreast with the latest developments and innovations in the tooling market.

In 2019, the innovators across the pond, Sturtevant Richmont released the TAC digital click wrench. Seamlessly combining the speed, agility and ease of use elements from their click wrenches with the accuracy, reporting capabilities and torque and angle functionality of their 1350 digital torque and angle wrenches.

The TAC Digital Wrench brings to market, better accuracy not only in assembly but also in the provision of analytical data. Once again Andrew Barraclough, Sales and Marketing Director at Abbey, will be joined by Mark Cain, the Technical Director, and the duo will be reviewing and demonstrating the wrench and its capabilities.

This is your chance to gain first-hand knowledge from our resident tooling specialists. Want to ask of the products capabilities? Gain an unbiased opinion on the best solutions for your tooling headaches? Then sign up today and experience what Abbey do best, bring you the best tooling solutions for your site needs.

To sign up, please complete the simple registration form below. As a bonus, every attendee will be enrolled into a prize draw to win a brand new iPad at the end of the series. The webinar will be held at 2.00pm BST on Tuesday 21st July 2020, and will be available to view via registration only.

Please feel free to send any questions you may have about the Sturtevant Richmont range before the webinar to andrewbarraclough@abbeyis.co.uk and we will answer them all during the event.

Missed the first event? Watch it today!

The first of this summer’s series, this 30 minute event focussed on the Cleco CellCore range.

The tooling experts at Abbey Industrial Solutions, reviewed the durable, reliable and affordable DC Tooling range live on our YouTube Channel. You can still join the conversation by clicking this link or the image to view the webinar recording.

At Abbey Industrial Solutions, we strive to be your one-stop tooling specialist provider, and throughout this year we have continued to provide our usual high standards of sales and service provisions, following stringent social distancing contact rules. To find out more about our contact free service provision for your tooling assets, please click here.

We look forward to seeing you virtually at the event!

 

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Industry Insight | Analysing Automated, Automotive Achievements

A short while ago, Auto Retail Network in conjunction with PwC and Strategy&, released a report titled The Future of Mobility. The detailed report sought to bring into focus the rapidly changing demands of the modern world, and how the automotive industry is navigating its way through these often revolutionary changes.

A key driver in our changing world is technology and more importantly, the provision of increased connectivity and data which facilitates a seamless existence between humans, and the array of technological advancements available to support our daily lives.

The turbulent relationship between the UK government and tech giant Huawei has been well documented in the media. Cyber connectivity has never been more valuable, or indeed more hazardous to the operation of our existence. From the moment we wake up, to the moment we take the final blink of our tech filled days, it’s no wonder that an increasing number of the populace are turning to digital detox’s to address these very valid addictions.

And yet how far can one truly run away from technology? Once the detox is over, many of us still wake up to the sound of our phone alarms, travel in our cars on smart motorways, to jobs involving computers, technology, connectivity, sharing. Everything we seemingly crave and simultaneously chase away.

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Sharing is Caring

We have always been taught that sharing is caring, however, it’s a valid concern and question when we pause to consider just who has access to our shared data, who provides that data and how all of our thoughts, shares, likes and pictures are stored and documented in the other worldly dimension that is the internet. Frankly, it’s an equally fascinating and frightening marvel to behold.

It is no wonder then, that the government is precariously balancing the tightrope upon which they are required to both meet and respond to the nations increasing data demands, whilst evaluating and actioning suitable measures to ensure the optimum safety of this data and its provision.

Technology is taking on an increasingly important role to the functionality of our daily lives, and it is a seemingly natural evolutionary step forward to consider how technology will impact the cars of the future. Yes, sharing in this case is caring. The smarter our technology becomes, and the more knowledge and data tech giants are able to hoard, the better placed they are to understand a population’s needs and requirements. Often before we ourselves are in a position to do so.

The Future of Mobility report believes that tomorrows car will represent a step change in form and function when compared to what is on offer today. As well as the longer term development of the autonomous car, there will continue to be new levels of connectivity amongst vehicles, enabling new services both inside and outside the car.

An example of increased intelligence and connectivity lies with lane keep assist. Whilst systems continue to gain intelligence and become more sophisticated as they assess when and how much to intervene, the aim for automotive engineers is to develop technology which works with drivers rather than become an annoyance that is later ignored.

The new eco – conscious, connected driver is influencing both the manufacturing, purchase and use of the car of the future, and modern manufacturers will ironically take more away from this driver, even as the value proposition increases. Drivers of the future will be mere passengers of connectivity as the ultimate goal is to create a lifestyle aspiration.

In the future, it is predicted that our relationship with our cars will become infinitely more intimate. For example, let’s assume you, the reader, make plans to go to a restaurant with your partner. You find a place you would like to visit and save it on your phone, the car recognises this save, navigates you to your destination, even picks out parking recommendations based on learned habits of whether you prefer to park closer or further away from establishments depending on parking costs. You will then exit the vehicle to find navigation options to your chosen restaurant. However, to achieve this level of connectivity, we surprisingly need to be living in a far more connected society, where the sharing of information and customisation is as intrinsic as breathing to allow it to become truly embedded in daily actions.

Challenges Ahead

The rise of the connected car will arrive in revolutionary increments, in this there is no doubt. However, there is also little doubt that the future of the car industry has never been under as much pressure as it is today, increasing demands from environmentalists and legislators alike place questions over automotive development and provide very little answers in return.

For example, let’s turn our gaze onto the trailblazers at Tesla. Anxious to sell their technology and cement their vision in history as one of the first mass providers of the electric automotive vehicle, they are producing and selling cars which are often beyond the spirit of recognised regulation. And it is the regulators in this case who were forced into playing catch up. The conundrum being, that if it is outside current regulations, is it allowed at all?

What we all understand a truly smart car to be however, is one that is linked to our new limbs (otherwise known as smartphones) this car will know exactly who we are as we enter a vehicle, our preferred radio, seat and even heat settings that will be automatically updated upon entry. It will drive us to our destinations, with little intervention, on motorway networks that are connected whilst conversing with nearby cars to help regulate and monitor our collective speeds, because that is smart.

Meeting these challenges in tandem with manufacturers is the dedicated team at Abbey Industrial Solutions. As a specialist service provider, Abbey work closely with a vast range of leading car manufacturers and tier 1 suppliers such as Vauxhall, Nissan and Marelli to supply a range of leading industrial tooling solutions designed to facilitate the future. At Abbey, we provide complete end-to-end management and implementation of tooling suites designed around evolving market and customer needs.

Our exclusive relationships with an array of leading suppliers of DC tooling solutions, uniquely places and equips the Abbey team to provide ultimate tooling solutions befitting individual site needs.

Contact the team at Abbey Industrial Solutions today to learn how we can help you maximise your manufacturing productivity: discover@abbeyis.co.uk |  01924 224240

Company Profile | Mountz

Thanks to the invent of Industry 4.0, modern manufacturers face multiple questions when seeking to invest in tooling suites for their manufacturing requirements. But the answers need not be complicated. Modern tooling solutions are optimised for an array of individual tooling needs, with particular emphasis, upon speed and precision in manufacturing.

The power of torque tools

The eternal challenge for production managers has long remained the conundrum of ‘how exactly to ensure consistency and accuracy in production.’ This is further compounded by variances in operator’s individual strength and tendencies towards simple human errors. How often have you lost track of your actions in the face of monotony?

Power torque tools however, provide a level of consistent accuracy and speed in manufacturing perhaps never seen before, removing much of the onus on operators as instead, tooling suites ensure precision in production.

We know that we use torque in production to tighten bolts and screws for example. For a screw to be correctly tightened, a screwdriver must apply an exact amount of torque to the screw’s head. Under-application can lead to a screw falling loose from its assembly, whereas over-application can damage the screw, the assembly, or both. In both instances we are met with product rejection on the line or product failure in the hands of consumers.

Torque screwdrivers, be it electric or pneumatic, are tools which help to deliver precise amounts of torque to the heads of screws. And an investment in torque screwdrivers can help to prevent the earlier discussed human errors in production as we eliminate possibilities of applying incorrect amounts of force, and therefore damaging products.

The Electronic torque screwdrivers and pneumatic torque screwdrivers from Mountz both control torque using different means thought they can achieve similarly accurate results. Pneumatic screwdrivers rely on an internal clutch mechanism to stop applying force at the right time, whilst electronic screwdrivers typically reduce the current to stop or slow torque. This gives electronic torque screwdrivers additional functionality, such as soft stops, which protect sensitive products.

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Accuracy of Industry 4.0

When we refer back to our earlier questions of investment, products such as the MDC V2 Controller from Mountz, operates with the MD series of electric screwdrivers and becomes a single tool controller that offers programmable speed, angle auto reverse and soft start options.

Available with 15 pre-sets and adjustable parameters, the MDC Controller can manage and mitigate related errors with torque, speed and angle in production.

An increased dialogue between machinery provides both operators and managers a peace of mind in accuracy with accompanying potential for reduction in production waste as error proofing is actively addressed with modern tooling investments.

Your one-stop tooling solution provider

At Abbey Industrial Solutions, we strive to be your one-stop tooling specialist provider, and throughout this year we have continued to provide our usual high standards of sales and service provisions, following stringent social distancing guidelines. To find out more about our contact free service provision for your tooling assets, please click here.

Abbey Industrial Solutions are here to help you to meet all your tooling needs, whether you require an upgrade to your assets or service work to your existing suite of tools. Contact the team today to learn more about our services, Mountz products or even for a personalised consultation to meet your business tooling and engineering needs.

Contact the team at Abbey Industrial Solutions today to learn how we can help you maximise your manufacturing productivity: discover@abbeyis.co.uk |  01924 224240

Product Profile | Ingersoll Rand – Turbine Grinders

Ingersoll Rand are a prominent presence in the tooling industry, providing a wide variety of innovation led solutions in a multitude of disciplines. Ingersoll Rand tools have been carefully developed to help increase and ease industrial productivity and efficiency.

A fantastic example of recent innovation includes their new range of Turbine Grinders. Developed for use across shipyards, foundries, forges and more, Ingersoll Rand’s new family of Turbine Grinders seek to improve and ease user needs. The new Grinder’s power and extreme durability allow users to complete an increased workload in a fraction of the time previously taken. Further to this, the oil change and disc replacement being a snap, allows users to depend on the VT26 and VT45 Turbine Grinders to be ready when they are.

Product Benefits – VT26

  • Minimised work fatigue – Anti-vibration side handle and low sound emission take fewer tolls on the users’ body
  • Great ergonomics, comfortable handling – Specially shaped handle has been paired with the flexibility of the 180° pivotable, VT26 main grip

Product Benefits – VT45

  • Built in autobalancer – This feature ensures that discs are abraded evenly, and their longevity is extended to the fullest
  • Ease of use – Integrated spindle-lock makes the change of abrasive discs a job of seconds

Ingersoll Rand Grinders are a lightweight, low maintenance cost option which provide higher productivity whilst also offering lower air consumption.

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Abbey Industrial Solutions operate nationwide, and are able to provide complete end to end tooling management solutions from the completion of site assessments, to the implementation of tooling suites best suited to individual sites. The team are on hand not only to provide product knowledge but also service and maintain customer tooling assets for their lifespan.

The experienced team of engineers at Abbey are well equipped to repair tools to original manufacturer standards, whilst offering 3 month warranty on all standard tooling repairs. As an independent tooling solutions provider, we work closely with a range of leading tooling suppliers such as Ingersoll Rand, to offer optimised solutions, suited to individual needs.

At Abbey Industrial Solutions, we strive to be your one-stop tooling specialist provider, and throughout this year we have continued to provide our usual high standards of sales and service provisions, following stringent social distancing contact rules. To find out more about our contact free service provision for your tooling assets, please click here.

To learn more about Abbey, and our sales and service offer, contact the team today.

Contact the team at Abbey Industrial Solutions today to learn how we can help you maximise your manufacturing productivity: discover@abbeyis.co.uk |  01924 224240

Abbey Events | Abbey Product Innovation Series – Cleco

This event has now been held. Please follow this link to view the webinar.

If we can’t come to you, is it time for you to visit Abbey?

This summer, the team at Abbey Industrial Solutions are launching a brand new, free to view webinar series. Working in conjunction with our exclusive suppliers, this series will be showcasing the latest in technological tooling advancements. Even if we can’t visit you, you can remain up to date on the latest innovations in the market.

Abbey maintain exclusive trading partnerships with an array of world-leading tooling specialists, such as Cleco, Sturtevant Richmont, Mountz, Ingersoll Rand and more. In this series we will be partnering with our suppliers to bring you in-depth product knowledge, training guides and an opportunity to interact with panels of product specialists, all from the comfort of your computer.

In this first webinar session we will focus on the new Cleco CellCore range, promised to be the most versatile, easy-to-use cordless tool in the industry. This superior range is easy to use, and extremely durable.

To sign up, please complete the simple registration form below. As a bonus, every attendee will be enrolled into a prize draw to win a brand new iPad at the end of the series. The first webinar will be held at 2.00pm BST on Thursday 4th June 2020, and will be available to view via registration only.

Please feel free to send any questions you may have about the Cleco CellCore range before the webinar to andrewbarraclough@abbeyis.co.uk and we will answer them all with our panel of experts during the event.

At Abbey Industrial Solutions, we strive to be your one-stop tooling specialist provider, and throughout this year we have continued to provide our usual high standards of sales and service provisions, following stringent social distancing contact rules. To find out more about our contact free service provision for your tooling assets, please click here.

We look forward to seeing you at the event!