When choosing a business to supply parts, there are a number of important factors to review, especially if the suppler-vendor relationship will be ongoing. The first consideration is always whether the supplier can meet the needed specifications. When you work with Roller Die + Forming, our sales team will help you interface directly with our engineering staff to ensure that you have a clear and accurate quote on material costs, tooling costs, and piece cost that you can rely on. In addition to checking that the cost works, you want to make sure that the part is designed to hold the tolerance you need to meet.
Once you’ve established the suppliers who have the capabilities to provide your part, you want to consider looking at other strengths a supplier offers such as additional in-line processes, add-on services, and logistics assistance. From welding and powder coating to kitting and just in time delivery, our team has a variety of tools we can use to ensure that our customer’s get what they need exactly when they need it.
It’s especially important when establishing a long term suppler to look at the long-term track record and future prospects of a particular business. With over 60 years of custom metal roll forming experience, the Roller Die team has deep expertise and experience that gives our clients quality and consistency. Further, with a strong financial footing and exciting future prospects, our clients can be comfortable that their tooling and set up investment will serve them for many years and hundreds of thousands of custom roll formed product.
Our engineering team has worked on parts from many different industries including major appliance, office systems, heavy truck and trailer, rail, material handling, medical equipment, fencing and automotive. In addition to designing and building our tooling in-house, giving us a cost advantage in the up-front tooling investment, we’re also able to service our tooling in-house, meaning that we stay on top of maintenance and are able to keep our lines running and your parts flowing out the door just in time.
If you’re interested in learning more about Roller Die, our financial strength, and the different types of metal parts we roll form, reach out to a member of our sales team today.