Nosag Polska, previously part of the DEFTA Group, was acquired by William Hughes in the autumn of 2017.
Based in Tychy in southern Poland, Nosag Polska is a major manufacturer of seat mats, wire frames and bent wire parts, predominantly for the automotive industry. This makes the Company a perfect fit for William Hughes with our complementary manufacturing facilities in Dorset, UK and Plovdiv, Bulgaria but providing us with a manufacturing hub with easy access to mainland Europe and the Baltic States.
Nosag has been established in Poland since 2005 and, with over 150 employees, is a leading supplier to all the major car interior and car seat manufacturers in Europe. The Company enjoys a reputation for service and quality similar to our own which has led to a smooth transition of ownership and opportunities for both operations to benefit from the experience and expertise of the other.
- NUMAC’S (CNC) – numeric – max. Ø 10mm
- GL’S (2000CNC) – max. Ø 8mm
- ROBOMAC’S (CNC) – robots – max. Ø 12mm
- BLM – double head bending machine – Ø 2-10mm
- Spot welding machines
- Welding robot (Axis X, Y, Z)
- Industrial dryers SHD-230U (SHINI)
- FARO GAGE – 3D measuring machine.
Production of components and sub assemblies for car seats:
- Production of steel wire of low and high carbon with heat treatment,
- Plastic injection and plastic injection with inserts,
- Spot welding
William Hughes Bulgaria
William Hughes Bulgaria supports a purpose-built factory which opened for business in 2004 as a centre for high volume production in a mainland Europe location. It employs over 175 staff having undergone four expansion phases since opening and is currently over 5,500 sq metres in size with capacity for further growth.
We have a sales coordinator for the French market, responsible for comfort products (seat mats and lumbar) across all of Europe.
Alfredo DE SA
Country Business Director
William Hughes Group/Nosag Polska
Mobile: 00 33 680 463 842
French Office: 24 Impasse de la Place, 01150 Villebois, France
William Hughes also has an office in Berlin for the co-ordination of all elements of mainstream European manufacture.