Sheet Metal Fabricators & Pressing speciliasts, based in Milton Keynes.
Milton Keynes Pressings (MKP) was established as a family business in 1985, and after 30 years of growth now employs over 150 staff and services a wide variety of sectors. The Company’s progress has been built on supplying excellent customer service and solving engineering and manufacturing solutions, whilst remaining competitive in a global market place.

As the Company has grown, considerable investment has been made throughout the facility with the purchase of new presses, robotic plant and machine tools and the extension of the laser cutting facility. In order to allow flexibility, and ensure production remains as streamlined as possible with changing customer demands and schedules, the Company utilises a combination of a traditional Kanban manufacturing system with a more progressive MRP system.


Our services include:

  • Metal Stampings / Pressings
  • Sheet Metal Fabrication
  • Welded Assemblies
  • Assembly
  • Design
  • Toolmaking


Aston Martin: Bentley: Lotus: Mclaren: JCB: Denso: Bosch: IBC: 


30+ Power Presses 30-500t. 3 Laser cutting machines. 12 Press-brakes. 25 Spot/Projection welding machines.

3 Robot welders. Powder Coating line. CNC Panel bender. 10 Manual welding bays. Large manual assembly section. Large toolroom for press tools and fixtures.


43a Barton Road
Water Eaton Industrial Estate
Milton Keynes
United Kingdom
Number of employees
201 - 500



Milton Keynes Pressings win ongoing contracts worth £1,000,000

19 Mar 2007 by Milton Keynes Pressings Ltd

Milton Keynes Pressings was established in 1985. The company evolved from the already successful Ryeland Toolmakers Ltd, manufacturers of press tools since 1974. From this solid base of engineering expertise, steady growth has been achieved and is ongoing as Milton Keynes Pressings now competes and wins new business at home and in the international marketplace. A continuous growth has established Milton Keynes Pressings as a successful and competitive enterprise with a turnover predicted to rise to over £15 million by the year 2006.