Company name: Unis-Tok Ltd.
Company ID: 4209133550004
Business sector /sub-sector: Metal processing / Automotive industry
Senada Hodžića Mehdina 34
+387 35 631 295
+387 35 631 296
+387 35 630 157
Number of employees: 300
Responsible person contact: Amra Uzunić-Ćosić
International quality standards: ISO 9001, IATF 16949
Short company profile:
Unis Tok has many years of experience working with the world’s toughest and largest bearing and other car parts manufacturers for automotive and other industrial uses, and has gained “A” supplier status for many years. In recent years, Unis Tok has introduced itself as a manufacturer of medium volume rings, whose expertise is mounted on the bearings of the largest vehicles of Mercedes, Volvo, Daimler-Chrysler, DAF, MANN and other brands. The main features of the company’s business strategy are continuous improvements and investments in production facilities in order to maximize the quality of products and processes and customer satisfaction. The growth and success of Unis Tok is largely the result of stable long-term cooperation with partners, customers, suppliers and numerous professional, educational, financial and business organizations and authorities.
1. Forgings for bearings 70-350 mm in diameter, weighing 0.5 -14 kg
2. Rings for bearings 50-350 mm in diameter
3. Gearwheel forgings
4. Various forgings
Technological processes and techniques:
1. Hot deformation of steel (cutting, pressing, rolling, annealing, sandblasting)
2. Machining of forgings on CNC machines
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Markets of the interest for the company: Germany, Austria, France, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Poland, Italy, Turkey, Serbia
Type of the business partner the company is interested in:
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