Founded in 2005 by brothers Brendan and Declan Ward, Irish Pressings specialise in the design and manufacture of press tools, pressed metal parts and welded assemblies for the automotive industry. They also offer a range of value-added ancillary services such as projection welding, precision machining and prototyping.
Irish Pressings is a Tier 1 and Tier 2 supplier to the automotive industry across the UK, Europe and beyond. Their USP is that by designing and manufacturing our tooling in-house, they are able to offer a complete concept-to-completion service for all their tooling and pressed part requirements.
Irish Pressings. Award-winning. Innovative. Quality.
Irish Pressings has maintained an average growth rate of over 20% per annum since starting out in 2005. The company is now on the cusp of another significant expansionary phase and is seeking to integrate its business interests further in the NAA region
The level of service they offer to their customers is widely recognised as being what distinguishes them from the competition. Their ability to project manage versus time, cost and quality helps ensure that customer satisfaction levels are always at the highest possible level.
In this regard, they can offer a wide range of services to NAA members including and they seek to engage with customers of all sizes and so are open to communication from all.
- Design and simulation services
- Tool design and manufacture
- Metal Pressings/Stampings
- Macro testing (weld testing)
As Irish Pressings embraces the ongoing evolution of the automotive industry they are also seeking to engage in collaborative projects and R&D initiatives with companies that share their enthusiasm for innovation and our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.
For further information on Irish Pressings and the services they provide, please contact:
– Karen Campbell (Sales & Logistics Manager) firstname.lastname@example.org
– Ben McGonagle (R&D, Risk and Business Planning) email@example.com
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