About us

At QM Systems our ethos is one of true and open partnership. Our mission is to always be the client’s partner of choice and to be a positive influence on the success of their business through the provision of efficient, timely, environmentally sensitive and commercially competitive automated systems. We have been doing this for over 30 years and organic growth has allowed us to expand into a multi-skilled workforce of nearly 60 permanent members of staff.

Key to the QM Systems offering, is our ability to offer multi-disciplinary design and manufacturing backed up with years of experience and a committed supply chain. Our impressive track record of work on major projects makes choosing QM Systems a low risk decision: we have experience of delivering automation systems to major UK automotive and rail companies, high power solutions for the aerospace industry, vision inspection systems for production and functional test, and much more. In fact, we have probably designed over 50% of the solution you need already!

Our existing clients are truly world class. They have to deal with the short time-frames and aggressive schedules that are fact of life in top-tier manufacturing. We work alongside them as a partner; completely committed to helping them achieve success.

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Made in Midlands
Made in the Midlands
  1. Company Founded in 1987 as a test and measurement Company
  2. Won major contract in hardware testing for syncronisation for the mobile phone network
  3. Secured contracts with Motorola, Sony Erikson and Nokia for mainstream testing equipment
  4. Developed a range of innovative test products for the aerospace industry, focused on mission critical electronic testing that have continually developed and are sold to a wide range of Aerospace clients today.
  5. QM Systems Launched our Industrial Automation Division which marked a significant widening of scope in our engineering capability
  6. QM systems grew as we undertook international projects in India, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. As a result of growth QM Systems invested back into the company and moved to larger facilities in Worcester the team today is 45 permanent members of staff and as the projects grew in size more manufacturing space and upgraded facilities were required
  7. QM systems invested back into the company by building a controlled laboratory for the electronic and electrical panel build operations
  8. Turnover rose in excess of Β£4m
  9. QM systems acquired Thomson Engineering Design Ltd, a leading provider of manipulation solutions in the rail infrastructure industry

OUR HISTORY

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1987

Company Founded in 1987 as a test and measurement Company

1996

Won major contract in hardware testing for syncronisation for the mobile phone network

1998

Secured contracts with Motorola, Sony Erikson and Nokia for mainstream testing equipment

2007

Developed a range of innovative test products for the aerospace industry, focused on mission critical electronic testing that have continually developed and are sold to a wide range of Aerospace clients today.

2008

QM Systems Launched our Industrial Automation Division which marked a significant widening of scope in our engineering capability

2010

QM systems grew as we undertook international projects in India, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. As a result of growth QM Systems invested back into the company and moved to larger facilities in Worcester the team today is 45 permanent members of staff and as the projects grew in size more manufacturing space and upgraded facilities were required

2014

QM systems invested back into the company by building a controlled laboratory for the electronic and electrical panel build operations

2017

QM systems acquired Thomson Engineering Design Ltd, a leading provider of manipulation solutions in the rail infrastructure industry

2019

Turnover rose in excess of Β£5.5m