Motorway barrier cap – design, tooling and moulding under one roof

Enhancing highway safety by capping the top of motorway barrier stanchions simply makes sense, so we were delighted to be approached by a major multi-national company with just such aspirations.   The product concept was about preventing sharp-edge injuries, especially among highway maintenance workers, by supplying a soft-edged plastic cap to these upright post components,

ISO-approved tooling for export customer

We were delighted to receive a referral from an existing client, granting us the opportunity to pitch to a potential major new customer who was already working with toolmakers worldwide.   This company was looking for a reliable, collaborative toolmaker and moulding specialist who could understand their business requirements and ways of working, with a

Development of New Electronics Product

KPT has recently undertaken a new project for a Major Consumer Electronics Manufacturer, providing three tools for the production of a new product to be introduced to the market. This project had extremely tight deadlines, with T1 samples required within 30 days. But KPT were able to provide quality tools made to high specifications and

Automotive industry solution

Knight recently completed a suite of tools for a well-known Tier 1 automotive moulding company. The project required the bespoke manufacture of tools to enable the moulding specialist to start production of key vehicle components, under a new contract agreed with a major vehicle manufacturer. All tools were made with the use of state-of-the-art machinery,

Low volume lift components

This client is one of the leading suppliers of replacement components for the lift industry. It found itself experiencing a number of issues due to the existing supplier being ill-equipped to manage the demand being placed on it. The resulting consequence was that stock was often unavailable for delivery when it was needed and stock

Supplier integration and space saving

This major client had undergone rapid expansion and found its existing plastic injection moulded supply chain system could not keep up, presenting numerous challenges. By receiving weekly deliveries in pallet quantities and being forced to insure against quality issues (relating to a previous supplier); and by keeping significant extra stock to hand in case of