“At Ludwick Precision, it’s our stated mission to be at the forefront of sheet metal fabrication and always deliver beyond the expectations of our customers, through meticulous manufacturing, service and quality.”
In 1969, Michael Ludwick started an apprenticeship in engineering to realise his passion for design and manufacture, which then took him to Ireland where he spent years honing his skills, working for a range of engineering companies. On his return to England, Michael decided to start his own business, establishing CML Engineering in 1989. Having developed a particular specialism for sheet metal fabrication within the IT sector, producing data racks for fast-growing computer servers, his Hertfordshire sheet metal fabrication company was rebranded to ITCML in 1999. It has since continued to grow and build long-term client partnerships in a variety of industry sectors, which precipitated a complete rebrand of the business to Ludwick Precision in 2017. This reflects its capacity to support a broader customer base and the evolution of the business under the stewardship of the next generation of the Ludwick family, namely Michael’s son, Ryian, who will be steering the company forward in the years ahead.
At Ludwick Precision, customer delight is our top priority and we take great pride in our client-centric approach to every sheet metal fabrication project. Responding promptly to all enquiries, our team is focused on continuing professional development, which includes constant customer liaison and feedback to ensure that we deliver the best possible service and product, every time.
"Ludwick Precision always deliver on ability, price and specification irrespective of the size of project"
"The key attributes we look for when sourcing new partners to assist with our Product Design projects are quality, flexibility and a willingness to develop their craft. Ludwick Precision have displayed all of these attributes consistently since we started working with them. Ryian and his team are always ready to put time aside to discuss new ideas, share their expertise and assist us in developing new techniques. Without their willingness to innovate we would not have been able to realise some of our most ambitious ideas"