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The Rompa Group is your injection moulding and thermoforming specialist with or without electronics.
- IATF 16949 certification
- The injection moulding and thermoforming expert
- Global footprint; local for local on 3 continents
- Service going beyond your expectations
- Contract manufacturing
- Tailor made solutions
- Final products assembly
- Electronic devices assembly
“The dedication and commitment of Rompa’s professional, international project team and their excellent lines of communication with the project leaders at Bosch contribute to ensuring a speedy and efficient process, from placing the order right through to the PPAP release. The high-quality products are then manufactured in large quantities according to the most stringent automotive standards and at very low PPM rates.”
|Article:||Parts for windscreen wipers, fuel pumps and starter motors including converters (adaptors), sealing caps & end caps, and covers.|
|Technology:||Product engineering and optimization, injection molding + assembly|
|Process:||We produce the parts for Bosch by using more than 60 different molds. These are made by skilled toolmakers located in various European countries, but always working under our supervision. The number of cavities can differ considerably, ranging from 4 to more than 32! In order to meet the high standards of visual appearance, tolerance and precision demanded by Bosch, we manufacture the products using high- quality technical plastics and we guarantee the total process from start to finish.|
|Material:||Technical grades of PBT, POM, PA, PP, often filled with glass fibers|
|Quality assessment:||ISO TS 16949 / PPM/ Lean manufacturing / Zero defect approach / 100% visual inspection|
|Quantity:||Tens of millions per year|
|Production location:||Rompa CZ in the Czech Republic, Rompa Shunxing in China|
|Supplied and delivered in:||Worldwide; in Europe primarily in Belgium, Hungary, Germany and Serbia. Outside Europe primarily in China and Mexico.|
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