Alucast joins new cluster

Following a recent £2.5m investment in its new CNC machining shop and securing orders worth £1m from the electrification sector, Wednesbury-based aluminium foundry Alucast has joined a new cluster.

Although it is early days, the management team at the Black Country manufacturer is expecting volumes destined for electric powertrain/vehicles to account for 25% of its turnover going forward, and this is one of the reasons why it has decided to join the newly created MAN Electrification Cluster, which features Balluff, Brandauer, C-MAC SMT and PP Control & Automation.

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