Newburgh Precision

The Newburgh Group of Companies, established in 1939 by Issac Middleton, has continually invested in plant and facilities to maintain its position as the UK’s premier contract manufacturing company. 

Newburgh Precision’s components and assemblies are benchmarked against the best in the world and are distributed globally to customers in all major industrial sectors.  With many customers we have long and highly successful track records of setting up dedicated manufacturing facilities based on contracts lasting up to ten years.  Newburgh are AS/EN 9100, ISO9001, ISO14001 accredited contract manufacturer of high specification, project critical, component parts and assemblies.

Please look around our website and contact us to discuss how we can deliver tangible benefits to your business.

Address

Bessemer Way
Rotherham
S60 1FB

Tel

+44 (0) 1709 724260

Fax

+44 (0) 1709 839312

Established

2014

Employees

100

Key Customers

Westinghouse; GE Oil and Gas; Williams Fairey Engineering Limited; Perkins Engines; British Energy; Rolls Royce

Other Info

Markets: Defence, aerospace, power generation, nuclear, food, oil and gas, wind energy, wave/tidal energy, biomass and transport.

Quality Certifications Held

AS/EN9100, ISO 9001, ISO 14001

Certificate Number

554, 554

Certification Authority

Moody International

Customer Approvals

Rolls-Royce; BNFL; Alvis; MBDA; Hurel Hispano; Vickers Defence Systems; Cummins; and Alstom.

Products and Services

Contract manufacture of component parts and assemblies. Examples of production: – torpedo hulls – cruise missile sections and assemblies – tank charge bins – tank wheels – armour plating – vehicle floor plate fabrications and assemblies – bridging system components – tank turret components – armoured vehicle components – engine blocks – nuclear components – gearboxes – turbine rings.

Processes

Contract manufacture, turnkey supply, machining, fabrication, water jet cutting, painting, NDT, testing, assembly and CMM. Milling to 10m x 3.5m. Horizontal boring to 2.4m x 1.8m. Vertical boring to Ø3.8m x 2m. Turning to Ø0.96m x 10m.

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