DTC opens aerospace accounts after show success

Direct Tool Company is busy finalising contracts to supply high flying aerospace firms with specialist tools and consumables to support their increased use of advanced composite materials.

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After an exciting two days of networking at the recent Advanced Engineering show in Birmingham’s NEC, Direct Tool Company (DTC) says it looks forward to opening accounts with forward-thinking aviation engineering businesses.

The rapid adoption of composite materials such as GFRP, CFRP and GLARE by aircraft engineering firms has led to an increased demand for specialist tools, equipment and consumable products. DTC, considered the go to supplier for workshops involved in the production of composite structures offer an all rounded consumables and tooling supply service covering all the common manufacturing processes.

“Our highly experienced, dedicated support team are industry experts and able to offer a personal service based around each businesses’ unique requirements. By choosing DTC, you gain access to our own in house procurement team who are always introducing new bespoke product lines to ensure our range is always on trend with the latest developments in your industry,” explained Rick Wakeford, sales director of Direct Tool Company.

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