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09 Jul 2019 by Chris Taylor Fabrications Ltd
Please watch this space new website under construction as we speak ! This will include case studies and a gallery of our recent contracts.
05 Mar 2019 by S B Components (International) Ltd
Please see below article from the front page of our local newspaper, The Fenland Citizen, in February 2019.
A Wisbech-based engineering company which started in 1988 with just four employees, has grown into one of the leading bodybuilders within the Commercial Industry. With a group turnover of over £50 million a year, employing just over 400 people, it is about to move into a £3million purpose-built workshop.
10 Dec 2016 by EWL (UK) Ltd
EWL (UK) Limited is now ISO 9001:2015 certified. We passed our Audit during November and our certificate has now been issued.
Being ISO 9001 accredited is confirmation from an external organisation that EWL are committed to meeting our customer requirements and striving to exceed their expectations.
Having now achieved accreditation it should open doors with new customers where ISO9001:2015 is a requirement to supply services.
10 Dec 2016 by EWL (UK) Ltd
Welder approval BS EN ISO 9606-1
Employees at Northwich fabrication firm EWL UK Limited pass international welding standard tests.
The welding department achieved an impressive 100% pass rate and all welders are now qualified to BS EN ISO 9606-1, which means the company can now provide welding services to a wider range of businesses.
26 Jul 2016 by Sumitomo Electric Hardmetal Ltd
Sumitomo Electric Hardmetal has extended its range of highly successful SUMIDIA DA1000 high density, ultra-fine polycrystalline diamond (PCD) turning, milling and boring inserts to include SUMIDIA ‘Break Master’ with specialised NLD/NGD 3-D chipbreakers for semi- and fine finishing tasks. The DA1000 has proven to have a distinct advantage for users involved with heavier and interrupted cutting cycles in wrought and cast aluminium alloys due to its superior strength, shear and wear resistance which is some 1.5 times greater than conventional PCD grades.
14 Mar 2016 by Supreme Steels ltd
We are still looking to purchase at a REUSABLE PRICE per ton any steel coils ( wide + slit ) sheets and bars you may have no longer use for.
We purchase all specs and tonnages and also collect !
Feel free to contact us with any of you obsolete steels.
10 Mar 2016 by Qimtek Ltd
Trends for the supply chain in 2016
With complex global markets, labour issues and constant economic fluctuations, supply chain leaders are being faced with a future of uncertainty. Here are this year’s trends that could be set to help leaders find a resolution.
22 Feb 2016 by Qimtek Ltd
Boeing investment in the UK soars
New research carried out by Oxford Economics has outlined that Boeing’s direct employment in the UK increased by 17% between 2012 and 2014, while indirect supply chain employment grew by 38%.
As the UK is Boeing’s largest source of supply in Europe, the latest figures are extremely positive, reflecting commitment and strength. Boeing have also confirmed that on average, they hired a new employee every day and that spending within the UK supply chain in 2015 increased by around 28% compared to the previous year.
12 Feb 2016 by Qimtek Ltd
UK manufacturing sees modest growth while input prices drop
According to a survey of buyers, UK manufacturing has seen a modest improvement for the start of 2016. The PMI index climbed to 52.9 in January, the highest level in three months.
As production increased, manufacturers’ purchasing costs continued to fall thanks to ongoing weaknesses in global commodity prices. The report noted that the increase in production was partly achieved through reducing backlogs of work as purchasers reduce stock levels and move towards leaner purchasing practices.
09 Dec 2015 by Qimtek Ltd
Four supply chain trends to watch in 2016
2016 is set to be a big year for supply chains as managers face a number of challenges to adapt to turbulent economies, labour issues and expansion, but what trends does the year ahead hold?
According to Supply Chain Digital, technology, flexibility, speed and optimisation are the top four characteristics of successful supply chains in 2016, all helping to reduce both costs and carbon footprints, while also enabling exceptional customer service.