SMI groep history

Speciaal Metaal Industrie Dokkum B.V. was founded in 1980 by mister Jelle Jelsma and mister Gabe Spijksma. Mister Spijksma is the father of the current managers Bauke and Bert Spijksma. The company started out small, with a machining and assembly department, but has evolved
considerably since then. The company now has 45 employees. In 2003 Delft Instruments in Leeuwarden was taken over and a sheet metal shop was formed under the name SMI Plaatwerk. This company now has 20 employees. The companies are specialised in their own area of expertise. The companies are told apart from each other through the volume of products or series. The larger products are produced in Dokkum, as where SMI Plaatwerk is more specialised in smaller series products. SMI Projecten was founded in 2004. SMI Projecten is focused on full courses in revision and new construction of machines. In 2005 it was decided to change the name from SMI Dokkum to SMI Verspaning and SMI Constructie. SMI machining focuses on small and mid-sized series of parts and subassemblies and SMI Constructie focuses on construction works and apparatus engineering of steel, stainless steel and aluminium. The different departments of SMI are placed on the market as SMI Groep since 2005. The market approach is offering the individual specialisations separately and combined. SMI is active on the Dutch market, as well as on international markets, for example in Germany and Belgium.

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SMI groep DIN 2303
SMI groep ISO 9001 2008
SMI groep DIN 2303