Dawson Shanahan, specialists in cold-forming and specified machined components, is attending the Global Automotive Components and Suppliers Expo in Stuttgart, Germany next month.

 The company will be showcasing its latest products and technologies, including a selection of new components for the electric vehicle market, investment in state-of-the-art process simulation solid modelling, cold forming presses, CNC Turning and Milling equipment.

A team of engineers will also be on hand to discuss the company’s services from Tool design, process simulation and rapid prototyping, through low and high-volume production, to project management and single source agreements that help minimise costs, reduce lead times and improve quality and reliability of supply. 

Since its foundation in the 1940s, Dawson Shanahan has been heavily involved in the automotive sector, in both high-volume manufacturing and in the development of specialised components for motorsport, from F1 downwards. These include electrical contacts, diodes and thyristors bases for alternators, aluminium cylinder head variable valve timing caps, fuel line connectors, largest range of diesel engine injector sleeves and synchro rings to mention a few.

 Les Reeves, Joint Managing Director said “After an all-time record March, we’re looking forward to building upon this success at the exhibition. We’ll be demonstrating some real highlights of British manufacturing, including innovative processes that help keep the UK on the world manufacturing stage.”

The Global Automotive Components and Suppliers Expo takes place on the 21st-23rd of May, in Hall C2, Messe Stuttgart. Dawson Shanahan will on Stand G6380.