Always remaining one step ahead
A vision of sustainable growth
Our company is part of a very fast-changing technological environment. This is why we strive for continuous improvement, in order to always be one step ahead of our competitors. Our aim is technological leadership in the fields of hard-to-machine materials and highly complex precision parts for all industries and requirements.
We are a reliable partner for our customers when it comes to adapt and change products: this is how we satisfy our customers’ needs in the long term, too. Sustainability is the key word in this context. By enlarging production facilities we optimise the interface between manufacturing and logistics, reduce time for supply chain management and increase the flow of materials. In this way, we achieve greater efficiency and reduce waste.
Energy efficiency is a central component of our sustainability strategy. That is why we rely on the power of the sun, among other things. Following the commissioning of the first photovoltaic system, we have gradually expanded electricity generation and now cover around one third of our consumption with it. This corresponds to an annual CO2 saving of 165 metric tons.
The introduction of a new storage system allows for seamless material flow and enables us to provide additional services with regard to complex components. At the same time we meet the standards of strictly separating construction parts for the aviation and aerospace industry’s customers according to declarations of confidentiality, thus ensuring competitive advantages. Already now, we are offering technical support for the growing field of hard-to-machine materials such as titanium and Hastelloy.
Sustainable, future-oriented and economically advantageous growth is and will be our aim in the future.
Flad System Components takes over sponsorship for lifesavers
We support the Björn Steiger Foundation‘s initiative “Retten macht Schule”
Our commitment to the region and the people who live here has also included support for “lifesaver” training since July 2022. As part of this initiative of the Björn Steiger Foundation, we have taken on a sponsorship that makes it possible to train teachers at secondary schools in the field of reanimation. The teachers can then independently teach pupils cardiac massage and lay defibrillation.
The importance of basic knowledge in resuscitation is shown again and again. The more people know the basics of first aid and can take the necessary measures in an emergency, the more people can be saved in an emergency.
In addition to the important know-how, the schools also receive extensive teaching material. We are very pleased to support this initiative.