The GTMA represents leading companies in precision engineering, rapid product development, toolmaking, tooling technologies, metrology and other critical manufacturing related products and services. With over 75 years’ experience, the GTMA provides essential links within the supply chain.

Through our membership with the Association, Morson Projects have been able to showcase our capability to key operators within the industry.

Morson Projects’ Associate Director, Andy Hassall shared:

“As a supplier to OEMs and Tier 1 businesses across a range of markets, being a member of the GTMA has created opportunities for us to be recognised as a trusted source of technical and engineering support through their approved Supplier Directory.

“Having joined the GTMA in 2018, we have been able to build-up a pipeline of work directly through our membership, including projects with GE Power Conversion.

“Our team have been providing design, analysis and supply of large jigs, fixtures and handling aids to support the build of several significant projects. The suite of jigs and fixtures have been designed by our tooling engineers with the support of our in-house stress analysis team. The manufacture of all the equipment was delivered by our UK supply chain.”

David Beattie from the GTMA commented:

“The GTMA works hard to deliver the best of UK Gauge, Toolmaking and Precision Machining expertise to the industry as a whole, providing a focal point for technology transfer and benchmarking our members against overseas competition.”

“We have a committed strategy to focus on major market sector opportunities, from aerospace and automotive to medical and marine. Our work with OEMs and Tier 1s has seen initiatives to raise standards in our membership base which is now seen as a valuable resource for buyers building manufacturing supply chains.”

Thomas Mayer-Maguire, Rotating Stabiliser Lead Engineer from GE Power Conversion commented:

“Working in partnership with Morson Projects’ tooling expertise and our electrical rotating machines experience in the power industry, we have been able to develop specialist fixturing and handling equipment to help us build some of the most advanced rotating machinery available – supporting higher penetration of renewable sources into the energy market and helping the UK to reach its carbon emission reduction goals.

“Quality tooling has helped us to achieve the best quality standards for our customers and we look forward to working with Morson on future projects.”

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