This morning I got up at 3:15 AM to drop someone off at LAX (Los Angeles International Airport). When I got to the office, I received a call from the die casting company owner I talked to last week. He said he will accept my offer to purchase his die casting company. His concern is that he has been “down”, meaning no electricity, no gas and no telephones for a few weeks and his customers are getting anxious. I told him it will take only a few weeks to complete everything. He is happy a decision has been made.
My first dilemma, is to save the customers he has not lost yet. I need to contact the customers and reassure them that there will be no more interruptions in die casting part deliveries. My second goal is to recover the customers he lost recently in his loss of power and gas.
The die casting economy is till lagging but we are again receiving RFQs (Requests for Quotes). We received two or three RFQs today. In fact, today one manufacturer “dropped In” for a die casting part price and tooling price. Not a very common occurrence.
In case you need an aluminum die cast part proposal:
Kinetic Die Casting is located in North Hollywood,California. KDC specializes in manufacturing zinc and aluminum alloy casting parts. If you would like a quote, please visit our website:Kinetic Die Casting Company