AboutRPM International Tool & Die Limited
Since 1986 RPM has always been about turning bright ideas into reality. From very humble beginnings RPM has grown into New Zealand’s largest and most sophisticated tool making operation with more than 40 staff and 30,000 square ft purpose built premises in Auckland.
RPM services both the local market and an extensive international client base who return again and again to take advantage of our high quality tool manufacturing service. See what they say about us. RPM specialise in high end automation, press tools, and injection moulded tooling for all engineering disciplines in the Packaging, Electronic, White Ware, Plastics and Automotive industries together with precision components for the Medical and Aviation sectors.
How did we turn a small business into a tool and die powerhouse? It comes down to experience, expertise, a commitment to quality, reinvestment and an outstanding team of highly qualified staff.
Our success has been built on long-term relationships with loyal customers together with excellent supplier continuity. These relationships are sustained by our uncompromising commitment to excellent delivery and service standards.
As an organisation we are very serious about quality. We have been ISO 9001 Certified since 2000 and are now certified to the current standards AS/NZS ISO 9001:2015.
A fundamental corner stone and driver within the business is the Kaizen 20 Key Lean Manufacturing system which was first incorporated into RPM`s business practice in 2004 and continues to this day.
At RPM we pride ourselves on providing a concept-to-completion service. Our capabilities enable us to provide a total tool design and production service, or to perform any individual job within a process.
Our extensive range of machinery includes the German Deckel Maho DMU200P 5 Axis simultaneous milling machine. The largest of its type in the South Pacific. The 5 Axis enhances the existing plant infrastructure enabling better service for clients, as well as creating opportunities to expand into new export markets.