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15 new jobs as ACE taps into global demand for lightweighting

New processes for etching aluminium and titanium parts is helping a Shropshire manufacturer smash the £5m barrier for the first time in its history. Advanced Chemical Etching (A.C.E.) which is located on Hortonwood in Telford, has seens sales soar by 20% over the last twelve months, with new contracts secured across the aerospace, F1 and automotive sectors...

ACE Compliments of the Season - December 2017

On behalf of all the Directors and Staff of Advanced Chemical Etching (ACE) we would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Merry Christmas...

Continuous Improvement drive leads to export boom for ACE - August 2017

A leading Shropshire precision metal specialist is setting its sights on international expansion after boosting its export work by 10% in the first seven months of 2017. Advanced Chemical Etching (ACE), which employs 50 people at its state-of-the-art facility in Telford, has secured three big projects in aerospace, communications and the medical sector, taking overseas trade to 38% of its £5m turnover. It comes after the company embarked on a continuous improvement drive that has increased on time delivery and right first time performance, two crucial factors in securing the recent contract wins... (Please click through to read the article in full)

New Operations Director forms ambitious £1m sales target for Ace Forming - April 2017

A new Operations Director and a strategic investment drive is set to help a Kingswinford manufacturing specialist hit £1m within two years. Ace Forming, which is a critical partner in the development of formed precision metal components, has enjoyed a strong start to 2017 after securing new contracts to supply busbars for automotive and a range of innovative parts for the medical sector... (Please click through to read the article in full)

ACE targets £1.8m opportunity after a 'powerful' start to 2017 - January 2017

A leading Shropshire manufacturer has enjoyed a strong start to 2017 after a host of new customers decided to tap into its expertise in precision engineering and prototyping. Advanced Chemical Etching (ACE) has seen demand for its 'etching' service grow by 20% over the last four months, with strong interest from companies looking for busbars and components for battery management systems... (Please click through to read the article in full)