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£2m investment helps manufacturer to fast track growth £2m Investment Helps Manufacturer To Fast Track Growth

West Midlands based, Walsall Pressings is celebrating being listed in the Sunday Times international fast track following £2m investment and new contracts in the automotive sector. The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 ranks Britain's mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales, measured over their latest two years of…

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Posted on Oct the 1st
By James Kwan

  • Successful Specialist Has Capacity But No Room For Complacency

    Following news that manufacturing suffered its worst performance for 14 months a Dudley based heat treatment specialist is still committed to further investment in the training of young people and additional processing plant. Alloy Heat Treatment’s recent investment in apprentices and a drop bottom solution treating oven is taking their…

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  • Oscroft Press Ahead With ?2m Investment

    Following a period of sustained growth a Redditch based manufacturer has made a significant investment in their business, in doing so they are calling for the next generation of engineers. AE Oscroft & Sons Ltd (AEO) have invested in excess of £2m in their family owned business. In doing so…

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  • Made In The Midlands Appoints Chief Operating Officer

    The industry body that promotes manufacturing and engineering has also promoted one of its founding group Directors into a key role in the business to lead the march of the makers. Charles Addison is now the Chief Operating Officer at Made in the Midlands, a new role to reflect the…

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  • Korea Opportunity For Cool Caravan Manufacturer

    A boom in outdoor activity in the Republic of South Korea has given a British manufacturer the opportunity to set up camp there. The country has seen its number of campers double to 1.3m between 2010 and 2013 and Derby based Tripbuddy have capitalised with their innovative outdoor living space.…

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  • Shaylor Group Make Confident Start To 2014 With Significant Contract Wins

    West Midlands HQ based contractor Shaylor Group has announced a positive start to 2014 with a significant number of new contract and framework wins. All areas of the company have successfully secured new business spanning both the public and private sectors. Continuing their growing presence in the student accommodation sector,…

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  • Made In The Midlands Makes The Wright Move

    We are hugely excited to welcome leading industrialist David Wright as our non-executive chairman, a new role which will add huge benefits to the organisation. David has an impressive pedigree in the manufacturing and engineering arena. He is formerly head of operations at the Morgan Motor Company, chief executive when…

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  • Share Purchase Agreements: Penalty And Forfeiture Clauses

    In El Makdessi v Cavendish Square Holdings BV and another, the Court of Appeal considered whether clauses in a share purchase agreement were unenforceable penalties. The clauses in question provided that, on the seller's breach of a restrictive covenant the buyer would be : 1. Released from its obligation to…

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  • New Appointment At Midlands Based Central Finance

    Central Finance the independent Midlands based Business Finance consultancy, has expanded its team by appointing new consultant Richard Chaplin to cover the South of the Midlands region. Richard has more than 20 years of professional experience as an ACA working at Board level across a wide range of business sectors…

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  • Selling To Consumers - Traps For The Unwary

    A leading commercial lawyer is warning that forthcoming changes to consumer protection laws will increase the chances of some supplier’s terms and conditions being deemed unreasonable and unenforceable. Stephen Wyer, of solicitors George Green LLP, said: “Currently where contracts are entered into away from a supplier’s place of business, such…

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Posted on Apr the 8th by James Kwan

Designer and manufacturer of press tools, injection moulds, jigs and fixtures

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