Acoustafoam creates products for an impressive range of practical uses, from acoustic foam for noisy domestic generators to intensive material for military purposes. Working with customers with little-to-no knowledge of technical foam products as well as industry experts, Acoustafoam has been delivering a diverse range of products since they began business in 1979.
Zach Baker, Acoustafoam’s Sales and Marketing Manager, is eager to showcase the depth and range of the company.
Though this is the second year they’ll be attending Made in the Midlands, Acoustafoam is far from new to the manufacturing industry. 2019 will be the year they celebrate their 40th anniversary, and so they will be attending the upcoming Made in the Midlands exhibition as ambitious and customer-focused as ever.
Maintaining a firm mind for growth and expansion, Acoustafoam has recently made strong investments which will help them deliver their signature bespoke service to customers. With a new large shot integral skin moulding machine, new clients such as Blackpool Pleasure Beach, and the recent addition of a dedicated storage facility, they are able to work much more self-sufficiently, streamlining their process whilst ensuring the quality of their products.
Buyers and engineers alike have been bringing their specific needs and requirements to Acoustafoam for years, and their increased in-house operations mean that service will only become more customised and effective.
When discussing what separates Acoustafoam from the competition, Mr. Baker looks to their dedication to quality management - both within their products and through their service to customers. Being one of the few in the industry who are fully accredited with the ISO 9001:2015 Certification, their checks are performed regularly by their own specialists and also by external bodies every six months.
Since their successful promotion at last year’s Made in the Midlands exhibition, Acoustafoam have discovered how invaluable the experience of networking and exhibiting can be, and now make it a point to attend industry events whenever they can.
Mr. Baker insists on the importance of exhibiting at a local level, stating the company’s fondness for “taking in what the Midlands can do in terms of manufacturing.”
You can find Acoustafoam at this year’s Made in the Midlands exhibition - and, whether you’re new to the industry or a seasoned specialist, they’ll accommodate you with the same care and attention which they give to their products.Back