Lucky Wheel is a window and building façade construction company based in Essex, working with both commercial and residential properties. We caught up with Steve Sawyer who told us a little bit about how Selmach helped Lucky Wheel to increase its productivity with their new plasma.
“We’ve had really helpful advice from Selmach, and the Ajan Plasma is very efficient. It gets the job done.”
What led you to purchase a new machine? What was the challenge or objectives?
We have worked with a plasma in the past, so we knew what to expect. But we were spending thousands of pounds a year on outsourcing, so it made sense to us to get a machine that could do the job in-house.
How did you hear about Selmach and why did you choose them?
One of Selmach’s sales reps contacted us and popped in with a brochure. We had a Morgan Rushworth steelworker first off, then we decided to go for the Ajan Plasma too.
What features attracted you to the machine your purchased?
The main things were the fact that it did a bevel cut but also that it was simple to use. We went to the workshop to see how the machine performed. It was seeing the machine in action that was the main selling point for me.
How have you benefited from the machine? Did it meet your expectations?
We are a lot more productive and we are getting a really good quality product and end result from the Ajan.
How has it helped you save time and increase productivity? How does it enhance your competitive advantage?
Yes, it has helped us save time and increased our advantage.
What are your thoughts on the aftercare and service throughout the process?
When Selmach engineers came to install the machine, they brought along a man from Ajan, and as they were installing it they described what they were doing so that we could know what was going on should we have any problems. So that was very helpful.
We’ve recently had a courtesy call asking if we had any questions or queries with the machines. We’ve had really helpful advice from Selmach, and the Ajan Plasma is very efficient. It gets the job done.
Published 20th May 2018