CMA Moldform, a Birmingham-based supplier, that specialises in low volume parts production and rapid prototyping has secured more than £1m of investment to bolster growth.
The funding has allowed the firm to invest in major shop floor improvements, including the installation of a brand new RRIM machine.
The RRIM machine has enabled CMA to significantly increase its low volume parts production capabilities.
Having already secured production contracts the company will continue to supply major UK automotive clients well into the future.
These developments come as part of a long-term growth plan and a company restructure that bosses hope will lead CMA into a prosperous and productive new era.
The company 25–year-old company has appointed a new group managing director, and has expanded its management team.
Speaking of the company’s long-standing history, CMA’s New managing director, Mark Lowe commented: “As a traditional, family-owned company, CMA has seen significant growth during the course of its 25 year history. The company moved to its current location on Spitfire Park in 2010 and now operates from 4 factories on the estate.
“Since my appointment as group managing director in April 2015, there has been a strong emphasis on growth, sustainability and investment, which highlighted a clear need to bring additional talent in to our existing management team.
“This, coupled with the major on-site improvements and business restructure, secures a bright future for CMA and I look forward to steering the business into its next phase.”
CMA has plans to showcase its new developments during an exclusive Open Day in the coming months. Guests will be invited to see first-hand the impressive expansion and extensive improvements that CMA has undergone over the past 6 months.
With their experienced team of material specialists and craftsmen, CMA supports scale model; art; prototyping, and industrial with its low volume production capabilities.