We own our factory and are proud to control our production process, because it means we can maintain a tight focus and a productive attitude towards efficiency, quality and the endurance of our products.
The human touch
Instead of relying on automated machines or computers, our products are made by people, meaning we can flex to meet any situation or requirement. Our factory has many stations where tasks are carried out by hand using specialist machines, and where each product receives the specific attention it needs.
This human aspect of our production is in everything; from the way we craft different sizes of the same product completely differently, to the handling and double-checking of every item many times. Each piece is examined for perfection at every point along its hand production, as well as being extensively inspected at the final step of its assembly. In this way, quality control of everything we make is the responsibility of everyone involved in the making.
The LEAN approach
We want our production to be swift and lean, because we know the value of short lead times – yet we’re mindful always of achieving precision as well as speed, because we never want to make mistakes.
Being lean in our production is also about minimising waste and consumption, because our credentials in sustainability are incredibly important to us. Overall, our approach is one of constant tweaking in order to achieve and maintain the perfect balance between all these aspects.