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RESIF Technologies Bel LLC provides services for smart precise small-scale machining: it produces metal and plastic parts and assemblies according to the customer’s drawings up to grade 6 inclusive.

The company processes stainless and structural steels and alloys, titanium and aluminum alloys, other non-ferrous metals (copper, brass, bronze, etc.), structural plastics.

The company was founded in February 1993 as a subsidiary of the French company RECIF Technogies (robotics for the semiconductor industry) called SIROB. In 2006, it was renamed into RESIF, in 2011 the company changed its owners (the Belarusian investors came). Since then RESIF Technologies Bel LLC has been developing as an independent (without its own product) service company for machining. The organization of production, technological discipline, quality control in the company from the moment of its foundation correspond to high Western European standards.

The mission of the company is to fulfill the client's ideas "in metal". In more formal language, to supply customers with parts and assemblies in strict accordance with the drawings on time. RESIF has many years of experience in the production of mechanical parts and assemblies: more than 33,000 parts have been shipped to customers over the past 15 years, 2-3 thousand new types are manufactured every year and about the same number are re-produced. RESIF Technologies Bel LLC is constantly improving production and technological processes and quality control, thereby fulfilling its mission. Since 2004 the company has ISO 9001: 2015 certified for the production of mechanical parts and assemblies by TÜV Thüringen. Thanks to experienced and motivated employees, a balanced fleet of machines, as well as a quality management system, the company helps customers in the production of their devices both in Belarus and abroad.

The clients are enterprises of the instrument-making, medical, machine-building industries of the Republic of Belarus, the Russian Federation and the French Republic.