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

Nuclear boost for DavyMarkham

14 Jun 2017 by Engineering Capacity

Sheffield heavy engineering specialist DavyMarkham has secured a £20m contract with sister company Amber Precast to help with the safe decommissioning of nuclear facilities.

Up to 50 jobs are being created at the historic firm as part of the four-year joint venture with Amber Precast to design, test and construct six cubic metre reinforced steel and concrete containers.

Record growth for Erodex after £3.5m investment

12 Jun 2017 by Engineering Capacity

EDM graphite & tooling supplier to the aerospace market Erodex has reported a 20% increase in turnover following a £3.5m investment and expansion into North America.

The company, part of The Erodex Group, stated the growth in its last financial year has been a direct result of the investment, specifically targeted at work within the aerospace and industrial turbine sectors.

Coventry manufacturer set for expansion

12 Jun 2017 by Engineering Capacity

Coventry-based manufacturer, the Penso Group, is to continue its rapid development having secured an £11m funding package.

The new funding package from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks will be used to develop the company's technologies, along with helping to build a new factory which the company plans to build on its present Coventry site this year.

Chris Buckenham, group finance director, Penso, said: “With the understanding of Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks, we have a partner who can support us in our ambitious development plans.”

Turning trio boosts productivity

09 Jun 2017 by Engineering Capacity

Cosmopolitan Engineering has said its trio of Hyundai-Wia turning machines are playing a key role in enabling the company to increase its customer base and business.

AE Aerospace expansion on the cards

08 Jun 2017 by Engineering Capacity

A West Midlands Aerospace company is looking to expand into new premises in the region to cope with further increases in sales and a growth in staff numbers.

AE Aerospace has already enjoyed a 500% increase in sales following a ten-fold increase in orders and is continuing to grow.

Peter Bruch, managing director of AE Aerospace said: “We have simply run out of space. When we completed a management buy-out three years ago, we had 24 members of staff. We now have 63 and expect to reach 100 by the end of next year.”