ActOn Finishing first opened its doors.
The business became very successful after winning important London-based client, Hoover. They used ActOn’s chemical compounds to polish aluminium parts on vacuum cleaners.
It was around this time that we saw the opportunity to create our very own finishing machinery. The first prototypes were the trough range, which were then introduced to the Jaguar Engine Plant based in Radford, Coventry. This milestone led to the development of automatic bowl machines.
From 1980, we began exporting products overseas. One Swedish aluminium casting company bought 10 machines and compound consumables in one order!
On top of this, 1980 saw us employ our first sales rep, which led to the growth of an impressive sales team.
A year of big change and excitement, as we opened our doors to new Managing Director, Sandeep Gulati.
ActOn gain approval for ISO 9001.
ActOn enter into the Aerospace industry and work with Rolls Royce commenced.
We implemented ISO 14001, proving ActOn’s
commitment to the environment.
We expand our horizons and start offering a unique precision polishing subcontract service.
The ActOn barrelling facility expands to make way for new business.
We gained approval to process engine parts for A350 XWB.
Expansion into India with a sales office set up in Bangalore.
ActOn gained additional process approvals for aerospace engine parts.
In 2013, we designed and manufactured a highly improved and automated billet handling system for a leading UK-based company.
ActOn expand into the Indian market and the setup of a manufacturing facility in Pune, India.
Sid Gulati joins the family business, following his graduation from Coventry University with a degree in Automotive Engineering.
ActOn rebrands to help drive their innovation for the future.
We set up our ceramic media
production facility in Malaysia.
ActOn wins contract for mass finishing Turbine Blades and Nozzle Guide Vanes (the contract includes CMM and Ultrasonic measurement)
ActOn announces partnership with
Finishtech in France
ActOn Finishing grant access enables a five-figure makeover towards modernising the test
A new shot blasting and wheel blasting range is launched.
ActOn India is now the wholly owned subsidiary of ActOn UK. The facility is capable of catering to the entire range of machines supported by a modern test lab.