Tekinox Srl specialises in the machining of products from all types of stainless steel and is equipped with the latest generation of CNC machines and an integrated management system – guaranteeing quality, production control and product traceability.
Tekinox is a sister company to Fiminox SpA – an expert supplier of standard screws and bolts in stainless steel – and was created in response to the demand within the market for specially designed stainless steel products. “We noticed that there were a lot of customers seeking a reliable manufacturing partner that was also able to provide technical support, even in the development phase of the products,” explains Stefano Bettinelli, CEO at Tekinox. “That is why we founded Tekinox, so that we could provide solid support and become a reliable supplier of products – with a ‘Made in Italy’ guarantee.”
Devoted to customised solutions, Tekinox can produce according to customers’ designs or specifications, as well as work with them to create bespoke solutions. “Thanks to the high-level of technology and vast experience rooted within the company, we are able to supply solutions that provide high performance and increased reliability – meeting the increasingly extreme demands of customers,” states Stefano. “We manage the entire production process, including surface and heat treatments, and can work directly with customers to suggest alternatives or improved solutions.”
A recent major success for sister company Fiminox was the recent launch of its Kanban supply system, as well as other delivered parts services designed specifically to meet the needs of its clients. The company is also looking to develop its production of parts in special materials – such as duplex or superduplex.
“A fundamental importance for us as a business is to grow consistently over time, acquiring new clients as we continuously increase our market share,” points out Paolo Bettinelli, CEO at Fiminox. “Making all this possible requires the constant updating of production to changing market requirements. That is why every year we invest in updating our capabilities to increase our capacity and make sure we are at the cutting edge of the market.”
Paolo concludes: “We are convinced that to continue to grow as an Italian company it is necessary to invest as much as possible in exporting – concentrating above all on those emerging countries that are often the real source of success for companies like us. To make ourselves attractive to these markets, we will continue to offer rapid deliveries and a high service level. In addition, we will continue to produce small batches with a reduced minimum order quantity.”
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