Winslow Adaptics’ CEO, Teri-Ann Winslow, highlights how the company’s 47-years’ experience is helping manufacturers keep their production lines buzzing
Navigating 2022’s supply chain has been a roller coaster, particularly challenging when you are famed for providing speedy solutions. Winslow threw down the gauntlet and made magic happen. The company also completed the SC21 Competitiveness and Growth Program with ADS and became accredited to AS9100 RevD—quite a year.
In 2023 the Winslow brand moves into its 47th year with the Adaptics product range heading into 34-years. With almost half a century under its belt, Winslow has become a critical part of the supply chain.
Many challenges have emerged over that time but none quite like the last three years. We’ve risen to it and successfully helped our customers, old and new, keep their production lines going.
Will 2023 see a huge improvement? The jury’s out because of so many conflicting views. If things do improve what does that mean? Will we return to past ways, breathe a sigh of relief and settle back down? I’m not sure that’s the best idea. Isn’t there a saying ‘learn from experience’?
Our team is experienced and instils confidence with fast responses. They understand form, fit and function when specifying a solution and consider cost without sacrificing quality. Using a Winslow product helps towards the right-to-repair movement, circular economy and futureproofing designs.