When it comes to the value of product quality and service, Nidec Minster Corporation has always let its customers do the talking. In more than a century of manufacturing, Minster has partnered with thousands of satisfied customers. Listed below are some of the many documented success stories.
The Latest - Testimonials
"Minster's reputation is good and our experience with them has confirmed it."
"We believe in Minster. . . For us the Minster press has proven to be a fine piece of equipment."
"We chose Minster because they give us more production capacity and more reliability."
"We have several makes of press in our plant, but from now on, we intend to buy nothing but Minster's."
150-ton Minster Piece-Maker press celebrated its 21st Birthday in service at Duston, England, for British Timken.
The first lamination specialists to run a Minster Hummingbird press has decided their decision to "start with the top-notch press in the industry" has paid off.
"We buy Minster's because of the high quality throughout the machine and good service. They're designed and built better, technically, than the rest."
"In our experience, we have found Minster presses to be first class, in all respects."
"Good feedback from our customers who have Minster presses, plus past experience of some of our employees had a great deal of influence in our choice of the E2."
"A Minster press is designed with the precision necessary for close-clearance lamination dies."
"It was an easy decision to choose the P2 Series Minster presses due to the fine reputation of this equipment."
"... Quality control is essential. We make only first grade parts here and the Minsters give us the accuracy we need."
"Reliability is the most important influencing factor in determining the press source. You don't make a nickel if the press isn't running. We have found that Reliability in our Minster presses."
Die-Namic Process lets Devilbiss "meet part demands that come up without paying the price of hours of press downtime for die changing. "Minster has helped DeVilbiss attain "flexibility without penalty."
The older ten O.B.I., ten operator method produced 800 parts per hour. The Minster press and transfer die method produces 1300 parts per hour.
"As far as cost of the press is concerned, it was a bargain when you figure price vs. productive capability. Naturally, too, we wanted Minster quality."
"We liked working with Minster in several ways. We can bring ideas to Minster and they listen, can understand, and will make a real effort to supply equipment to meet our needs."
Minster's E2 HeviStamper really measures up to Whirlpool's exacting manufacturing requirements.
"We have fewer problems, less maintenance and better performance with Minster presses."
"The presses don't get tired, I like the way they go. In the long run, they're (Minster) the cheapest press you can buy."