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A guide to steel production equipment

Steel manufacturing equipment and its producers play an essential role within the structural steelwork

Continual supply

Barrett Steel has been affected, along with many other businesses across the UK by the pandemic lockdown, but it has remained operational throughout, focussing …

Continual customer support

Being a family business, Peddinghaus says it has taken onboard a kinship culture to engender an extremely close relationship with its worldwide network of …

Lindapter to offer CPD seminar to specifiers of steelwork connections

Steelwork clamping systems producer Lindapter are to offer a new Continuing Professional Development (CPD) seminar to specifiers involved with the design of …

Steel supplier invests in cutting-edge plate processing

Murray Metals Group said it has made a significant investment in its Plate Processing Centre of Excellence in Middlesbrough, by installing a new profiling and …

Jamestown – building for future strength

The steel industry is becoming more and more competitive and Jamestown says that in order to thrive now and in the future, it needs to constantly improve. …

Ficep launches latest CNC drilling line

The new Ficep Valiant CNC drilling line is said to offer over double the number of tool changer positions than its predecessor – Endeavour – while a 300mm …

Long established supplier

As a key partner to the constructional steelwork sector across the UK, Barrett Steel prides itself on possessing not only the size and scope but also the …

Bespoke structural components

NSC reports on fabricated structural components used in buildings and the capability and capacity required by producers of these items. Readers of NSC will be …

Continued success at Jamestown

Architects and engineers are having greater input through the constructional steelwork fabrication process on ‘higher-end’ projects says structural …

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