We pride ourselves on employing highly skilled individuals, who collectively have a vast engineering experience.

All the engineers in the factory are ‘time served’ and can work to extremely tight tolerances on large components.

We use the services of fitters who have great knowledge of Massey forging equipment, some of whom served their apprentiships with Masseys in the 1960’s and 1970’s.

Employees all have the skills & understanding of forging machinery to allow customers requirements to be understood, and solutions to problems found economically and promptly.

Our low staff turnover means that many ‘problems’ have been seen, and solved before.

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John studied finance and business at Leicester University, during this time he also worked for a local engineering company, gaining a broad knowledge of engineering & machine shop practice.

During his 12 years working for Masseys John has developed an in-depth knowledge of the mechanics and operation of forging plant.

This multi-skilled background means that projects & contracts can be closely managed from both engineering and cost perspectives.



Alastair studied electrical and mechanical engineering at Nottingham University, and has since worked exclusively in the engineering sector.

Experience in the metal processing industry was gained during his time served at William Beardsmores In Glasgow & G.E.C in Manchester.

As the Operations Manager for Masseys from 1975 – 1981 he built up extensive knowledge of metal forming machinery.

In 1981 Alastair set up his own successful sub-contract engineering company specialising in serving the forging industry.