More than 60 guest attended the grand opening of Krantach's new CNC facility in Staveley.
The guest list included Krantech’s loyal subsea oil and gas clients and new clients in the nuclear and energy sector. Also in attendance was the Chesterfield mayor and mayoress.
Formally opening the event at Colliery Close, Mel Myronko, CEO, spoke of the companies journey, the high points and the difficult times during which they embarked with SCR Regional Growth Fund to build a second site, placing them in pole position to take enquiries in for new market sectors as well as supporting their own in-house machining requirements.
Mel said: “It’s been hard work and one of the largest financial commitments of my whole working life, but I’m ecstatic to finally see the hard work and persistence pays off.”
Ambitious students from The Bolsover School enjoyed learning about the CNC X, Y, Z axis co-ordinates and how important programming the machines are. Mrs Crossley from the school said: “ We have enthusiastic students who are very inquisitive, we would love to arrange another visit and do more partnership working with Krantech in the future.”
Martin Wright, director of supply chain at OneSubsea said: “It is truly an honour to open Krantech’s new CNC facility which will clearly enhance their capabilities and support our ongoing relationship. As a major customer of Krantech, OneSubsea is demanding of high performance and it’s very timely to demonstrate Krantech’s commitment to this by presenting our Silver Award for 12 consecutive months of on time delivery and zero instances of quality defects.”