The new machines will increase the company’s capacity to cut profiles from steel plate by around 50%, supporting both structures and infrastructure projects with small fitting components.
Cleveland Bridge Managing Director Chris Droogan said: “This investment demonstrates our commitment to increasing both our manufacturing capacity and productivity. It is also a welcome opportunity to upskill a number of members of the Cleveland Bridge team.
“While the principles behind engineering don’t change, the technology does, and in the UK this is more important than anywhere, given the importance of efficiency and innovation to our competitive edge.
“A growing number of projects require large volumes of profiled steel and this equipment will increase the speed at which we are able to deliver it. The work we do at Cleveland Bridge is in demand around the world and in the domestic market, so this is an ideal time to grow our capacity.”