Advertorials Rubix ranked 27th in Sunday Times HSBC

Top Track 100 Rubix, Europe’s largest distributor of industrial products and services – and the Group behind Brammer Buck and Hickman - has been ranked 27th in the Sunday Times HSBC Top Track 100.

Set to be published this Sunday (7 July), the 19th annual Sunday Times HSBC Top Track 100 league table ranks Britain’s 100 private companies with the biggest sales.

Rubix delivered €2.3bn of sales in 2018, an increase of 4% year- on-year.

Group CEO Martin Thomsen, said: “Our sales growth reflects the hard work and dedication of everyone at Rubix, so I am pleased my colleagues have received this recognition for their efforts.

“Whether we are helping to keep the bread baking, put planes in the sky or make people feel better, customers rely on us to ensure that the wheels of industry are always turning.

“We use our technical expertise to solve the manufacturing and processing problems of international market leaders, small local businesses and everything in between.

Online workflow system suits PCB

manufacturer down to a 'T' Rustington-based Photronix manufactures high quality printed circuit boards, and is becoming a leading PCB supplier to the UK electronics market. It follows a simple philosophy of developing long-term partnerships for the manufacture of PCBs by embracing new technologies from design, prototyping through to volume manufacturing.

Photronix Managing Director, Alan Millard believes that managing the progress of jobs simply and effectively is essential and with this in-mind invested in the T Cards Online workflow system to help them run their office more efficiently. Among the important benefits of the T Cards Online system is its simplicity and ease-of-use. Once the virtual board has been configured, T Cards designs can be easily tailored to requirements. There are standard templates for various applications to make it even easier.

Status and communication can be enhanced by using the Alarm, Signal and email notification

functions. There is also a facility to attach external documents to help collate documentation. Since a number of cards will appear on the same chart, they can be colour-coded for easier identification, and as work progresses, the cards are simply dragged and dropped into a new column.

When asked about his

experience in using T Cards, Alan commented: "T Cards has been a success in improving the way we manage our day-to-day enquiries, and the people at T Cards Online have been really helpful. The system continues to be developed, and some of the new features have made big improvements to the way we work. The new APP makes a particular difference to me personally, as I travel regularly to China and the Far East – now it’s so easy for me to check the status of our Jobs, wherever I am, when I get a call from clients. It really has helped us streamline our business and enabled to expand even more."

Photronix's experience in using the innovative T Cards Online system is another example of how an increasingly wide range of companies are exploring and benefitting from a simple, yet highly effective online management tool. The result is more efficient job management whereever you may be, thanks to online access, along with more detailed financial information which is invaluable to cost-control.

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“With a unique network that spans Europe, the widest range of products available from any industrial supplier and an extensive range of complementary services, we make sure that our customers can keep the promises they have made to their customers.”

NATO Codification, Obsolescence Management, REACH Management, Procurement Solutions and

Long Term Storage CMCA(UK) is a privately owned, dynamic company specialising in the development and delivery of innovative and cost-effective through life support solutions across a range of industries.

From our NATO Codification roots, CMCA(UK) has diversified our business portfolio and are now recognised as one of the leading service providers for Obsolescence Management, REACH Management, Procurement Solutions and Long Term Storage. Our customers mainly reside within the Military, Marine, Pharmaceutical and Oil & Gas industries,

although our services have been designed to meet the needs of almost any environment. Our primary role is to assist clients in mitigating many of the supportability risks associated with long term programmes where obsolescence, REACH restrictions and procurement challenges can become substantial and disproportionate cost-drivers if not managed correctly throughout the life of a programme.

Visit CMCA(UK)’s stand today, find us in, ‘Joint Zone - Stand N3-260’ Intelliconnect extends its range of solderless 2.9

and SMA connectors for 0.47" cables Faster assembly time and field replaceable connectivity

Intelliconnect (Europe) Ltd, the UK based specialist manufacturer of RF and waterproof connectors and cable assemblies has extended its award-winning range of solderless, field- replaceable connectors which provide solderless attachment to semi rigid cables to include .047” as well as its existing .085” and.0.141” cables. This innovative clamp connector series offers customers an alternative for assembling connectors to semi- rigid cable with no loss in performance or reliability.

The stainless-steel 2.9mm and SMA connectors have been designed for applications where reliability, durability, robustness and high-frequency performance are very important. Typical applications include civil and military telecommunications, civil and military aeronautics, military equipment, space and measurement systems.

The Intelliconnect solderless connector range has many key features including field replaceable capability, guaranteed equivalent performance to solder connection, no special tooling required, and cable retention force is similar to soldered versions.

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