Machinery investment for Grenville following record month

Posted on 25 Jul 2013 by Tim Brown

Stoke-on-Trent precision sheet metal fabricators Grenville Engineering has invested £50,000 into new machinery following a strong month which has marked a record in the history of the company.

A laser cutter as used by Grenville Engineering.
A laser cutter as used by Grenville Engineering.

Several big order wins as well as successful account management have led to an exceptional company performance during this year’s second quarter. As a result, Grenville Engineering have purchased a new Bystronic Press brake Excel 50 which allows the firm to process orders more efficiently whilst offering the best possible value at competitive prices to their customers.

Adding to the company’s already impressive collection of laser cutting, metal pressing, punching, welding, machining, grinding and finishing equipment the new pressbrake offers a bending length of 1600mm and can process sheet thicknesses of 1-5mm.

According to the company’s managing director, Mark Barratt, “We are delighted about the recent surge of sales which has marked a record in our company history. This achievement has also allowed us to continue our investment in new technology which goes hand in hand with our commitment to provide outstanding customer service, quality and technical expertise to our diverse range of customers.”

He adds, “Throughout an economically challenging climate, we have managed to sustain growth which acts as a testament to the strategic planning and vision carried out by our business.”

Offering a one stop shop for precision sheet metal fabrication requirements, complete from concept through to delivery, Grenville Engineering Ltd is continuously striving to maintain excellence within its industry which is also reflected in the firm’s future investment plans which are steadily being put into action as the company develops.