West Yorkshire SME takes it to the MACH

Posted on 22 Feb 2016 by Jonny Williamson

Leading manufacturer of grinding, polishing and general finishing machines, RJH Finishing System has announced it will be exhibiting at this year’s MACH event for the first time in its more than 70-year history.

The Heckmondwike-based business specialises in customising its standards machines to suit specific applications.

Supplying numerous marque companies, key markets for RJH include automotive; aerospace; defence; orthopaedics; education; precision engineering, and foundries.

RJH Finishing Systems Belt Grinding
The diverse appeal of the biennial MACH exhibition means it is the ideal event for RJH.

According to a company spokesperson, the diverse appeal of the biennial MACH exhibition means it is the ideal event for RJH, with the business looking forward to showcasing the high quality of its machine design and workmanship.

Managing director, Graham Minton commented: “RJH’s speciality is our ability to customise and design machines to suit the specific applications of our customers, and solve their finishing problems.

“We are a small company with less than 20 employees, however it is this desire to work with customers that has enabled to deliver contracts for many blue-chip companies, including GKN Aerospace; Jaguar; Johnson & Johnson; Biomet, and Corus.”

Having fostered a reputation for quality, safety and performance, RJH routinely offers a design service to develop bespoke guarding, and to incorporate electrical and emergency control systems to meet the most stringent of health and safety requirements – including, Category 3 Electronics.

The company will have a range of machines on display at Stand 4921, including their flagship Powerfin 1100 Belt grinder/polisher.

MACH 2016 runs from 11 – 15 April at the NEC, Birmingham.