Smith Bullough featured in Fastener & Fixing Magazine

Smith Bullough was featured in the May 2020 issue of Fastener & Fixing Magazine.

The article details recent expansion of the product range, including increase of forging length to 750mm long, addition of a new drilling section and implementation of a full works order tracking system that has allowed us to streamline the entire manufacturing process.

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Supporting our key workers – Fastener manufacture continues at SB

Supporting our Key Workers

With many of our customers still open for business, we recognise the importance of our role in the supply chain, and we are working tirelessly to make sure we continue delivering to you the products and services you need, when you need them.

In recent open letters, the UK Business Secretary, Alok Sharma, has praised supply chain members to the Manufacturing sector – we are one of them. On behalf of the Government, he asked for our ongoing and continuous support in the supply of business-critical products to the NHS and to companies operating in Critical National Infrastructure sectors. 

Some of the Key Sectors we are servicing during these difficult times are:-
NHS
Construction
Energy (Oil & Gas, Renewables, Nuclear)
Defence
Transport
Repair & maintenance
Food & drink

We continue with business as usual, therefore, we are in a great position to meet whatever requirements you might have.

As we continue to navigate through these difficult times, we would like to reassure you that, whilst we are open for business, we have adopted numerous measures to keep our employees, suppliers, and customers, safe.

On behalf of the Smith Bullough team please take care, stay safe, and thank you for your continued support.

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Smith Bullough at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre

Smith Bullough was represented at a recent visit to the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre which is one of the seven Catapult Centres that have been set up in the UK. The AMRC is  in the network of world-leading research and innovation centres and the site in Rotherham is run by the University of Sheffield.

The programme commenced with an overview  presentation of the facilities and was followed by tour of the 2050 Factory.  The 2050 factory specialises in digitally assisted assembly, component manufacturing and machining technologies and is capable of rapidly switching production between different high-value components and one-off parts.  

https://www.amrc.co.uk/facilities/factory-2050

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