Robert + Marion Wilson = ROMAR
Innovative and Forward thinking
Romar founders Robert & Marion Wilson had a dream…
…to build a toolmaking and engineering business servicing the automotive and industrial trade across the US, European and Asian markets.
In 1968, ROMAR became a registered company and went from strength to strength.
‘Go away and learn something of value...’
…Robert told his son Neil in 1970.
And so he did, returning after six years crafting his toolmaking and engineering trade.
Robert was running the commercial side of the business, and Neil came in as a toolmaker.
And then they swapped roles.
Progressive and forward thinking through the decades, Romar embraced technology, bringing a new level of innovation and morphing the business wherever the opportunity arose.
As the medical device industry blossomed in the 90s, Romar developed facemasks for ResMed. They established an ISO Class 8 clean room. They received their ISO 13485 accreditation in November 2008, firming their position as leaders in the design and manufacture of medical devices in the healthcare industry.
And due to their continuous dedication to excellence, demand for Romar cleanrooms increased resulting in their ISO Class 8 clean room being upgraded. It now houses a total of 12 state of the art injection moulding machines, alongside manual and automated assembly processes to match.