The Sharp E Newsletter - July 2011


This month we have a message from the CEO, Grant Anderson. We talk to FEW, an innovative company in Johannesburg using the TapX to enter previously inaccessible markets. We show you one of the best kept secrets in your tool grinding wizard. Pat McCluskey talks to us about the launch of the ANCA Apprentice Training Centre and we include details of where to find us at EMO Hannover 2011. If you no longer wish to receive this newsletter, please follow the unsubscribe link at the end of this email.

A message from the CEO’s Desk

Grant Anderson, ANCA CEO, provides an update on the Tool and Cutter Grinder Market and ANCA Group growth and outlines some of the strategies ANCA has been pursuing to increase customer satisfaction.

ANCA exhibiting at EMO Hannover 2011

ANCA will be exhibiting at EMO 2011 in Hannover, Germany. The exhibition is on 19-24 September, 2011. Come and visit us at Hall 6 Stand F14. We look forward to seeing you there.

FEW in Johannesburg uses TapX to improve business

French Engineering Works (FEW) Johannesburg, Sth Africa relates how the TapX has helped them improve business through the ability to enter previously inaccessible markets, achieve premium prices and reduce scrap rates.

Software Scripting: A Tool Grinding Wizard in your Workshop

Work smarter, not harder with a tool grinding wizard already available in your ANCA Toolroom software. Customise, automate and secure the creation of your tool grinding files with Software Scripting. We show you how.

ANCA launches Apprentice Training Centre

A state-of-the-art Apprentice Training Centre has been launched at the ANCA manufacturing facility in Melbourne, Australia. Co-founder of ANCA, Pat McCluskey, talks about his reasons for launching the centre which will teach skills such as mechatronics and fitting and turning.

 Would you like to suggest an article or have a tool grinding question you would like us to address? If so, please send it to