The co-opetition cluster: How a group of competing Irish firms have joined forces to reach new heights in the aerospace sector
As part of Emerald Aero, a number of Irish precision engineering businesses have come together to win business – and have found there’s strength in numbers
Gerry Reynolds has a simple philosophy when it comes to running Takumi Precision Engineering, the business he co-founded in 1998.
“I always say you don’t make sales in the precision engineering industry. You solve problems,” he said.
This focus is perhaps one of the main reasons Takumi now finds itself winning new customers in the aerospace sector, which is not a traditional avenue for Irish engineering firms.
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