2008 Roundup - Whiteley Brooks Engineering

2008 Roundup

Ongoing Investment

2008 has seen Whiteley Brooks Engineering continuing to invest in new machinery with the purchase of six new Hardinge CNC Machining Centres, a Mazak five axis Machining Centre and three new rotary axis. This is a huge investment and it will allow Whiteley Brooks to continue to satisfy their customer’s demands for the foreseeable future.

Full Traceability

The Company now offers a full traceability service on all products. The system allows us to identify the original supplier/batch of raw material, original specification, machining process and inspection undertaken for every part manufactured.

New Workshop and Stores

As a result of acquiring premises next door, Whiteley Brooks has added 4,500 sq.ft of workshop. A major investment program has led to the installation of two new Doosan CNC Lathes. The increased capacity and improved accuracy show Whiteley Brooks’ commitment to an ever increasing level of service for our customers. Furthermore, the increased stores area has allowed stocking of extra materials, making bespoke and unusual jobs easier and quicker to fulfil.

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