Getting You to Market Faster

Getting to market faster means being more competitive, agile, and responsive and finding the right supplier can help make that a reality.

IMG_62521.jpgCustom Doesn’t Have to Mean Excessive Delays

For many of our customers, custom solutions are a must. Many standard product lines aren’t able to meet our customers' demanding project specifications, and that means they are forced to find a supplier that can help them develop tailored solutions. With this is mind, customers may expect a long, drawn out process. Luckily, at Torque Transmission, we know how to deliver results with efficiency.

We have a wealth of experience developing custom solutions and a style of niche manufacturing that allows us to do so swiftly and affordably. Our style of manufacturing means that our standard delivery times are pretty simple:

  • Torque Transmission ships standard components 1 day to 3 weeks
  • Torque Transmission ships custom components in 1 week to 3 weeks

The first production run takes 6 to 10 weeks and all further orders take one to three weeks, same as standard.

Advantages That Get You to Market Faster

Even for clients that don’t necessarily need a custom tailored solution, we can help get you to market faster. The experience that allows us to custom design highly effective solutions also allows us to help you find the right standard product for your application. We know the right questions to ask and to answer to cut down lead time.

We offer a number of services and advantages, including:

  • Standard and custom product lines
  • Made to order products at standard product prices
  • Prototyping
  • Manufacturing consistency
  • Made in USA
  • ISO Certified 9001-2015
  • Off-the-shelf availability of popular standard product
  • Online purchases
  • Engineering Assistance
  • Confidentiality

Contact us today to discuss your project or visit our resource library for product purchasing checklists and other resources designed to get you to market faster!

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This post was published on January 25, 2016 and updated on May 28, 2019.

Topics: Torque Topics