Engineering Capacity is the UK's news source for subcontract and contract manufacturing.

New CFOO for Vendigital

11 Sep 2019 by Engineering Capacity

Vendigital, the cost and operating strategy consultancy has appointed Emma Charsley (formerly Davies) as Chief Finance and Operating Officer.

Emma has over 18 years’ experience in establishing and helping to grow entrepreneurial businesses. She recently held the roles of CEO & CFO at private equity backed food business, Thomas Fudge’s, where she developed the company’s commercial strategy, optimising its growth and financial performance right through to a successful exit.  

Galvanizers hit the road

11 Sep 2019 by Engineering Capacity

With a £105,000 investment in two new articulated lorries, Corbetts the Galvanizers now collects and delivers 95% of material using its own vehicles.

Boosted by a recent £300,000 contract haul, the company, which specialises in hot dip galvanised parts,  purchased two MAN TGX articulated lorries to take its fleet of vehicles to 10 artics, 3 rigids and 25 trailers - all complete with the firm’s new corporate identity.

Low volume custom parts

04 Sep 2019 by Engineering Capacity

Blue Diamond Technologies, now part of TRITEC Performance Solutions, can offer custom parts in low minimum quantities (500 pieces) without the need for high minimum orders that run into thousands of pieces.   

This allows customers to source a custom part with very little risk and minimum cost.

Shipyard testing for Arabian Gulf

04 Sep 2019 by Engineering Capacity

Element Materials Technology has won a contract to provide on and off-site civil testing services for work done on one of the largest maritime industries and shipyard projects in the Arabian Gulf.

The four-year minimum contract with is SEPCO Arabia Company of SEPCO Electric Power Construction Corporation.

Scanning to diagnose cancer

04 Sep 2019 by Engineering Capacity

Cable loom and harness manufacturer Convert Ltd has won an order to supply cable assemblies for two hundred slide scanners used to examine samples to help diagnose cancer.

The Kent-based electrical engineering company manufacturer the cable assemblies for FFEI – an award-winning manufacturer of digital inkjet and life science technology – which builds the scanners for a multinational healthcare company that’s a market leader in digital pathology scanning.