The Builders Merchants Federation have put together a video about the work their members have been doing behind the scenes to support the national effort during the Covid-19 pandemic. You can watch the video here.
As many of our readers will know, the formation of Naylor dates back to 1890 & followed the construction of the Denby Dale viaduct by the great, great Grandfather of our current CEO Edward Naylor. For those interested in local history, there is now a local history website, which includes…
Our Barugh Green factory will be the location of a major investment project in 2020.
Enabling works have started and June will see the delivery of a £2m automated concrete lintel extrusion plant from Spanish equipment supplier Prensoland.
Representatives of our Clayware (exhibiting Denlok) and Specialist Plastics (exhibiting HDD pipe) divisions manned the Naylor stand at the No Dig Live exhibition which took place at Peterborough showground from 18-20 September.
A sewer diversion scheme for Severn Trent Water in Telford had the potential for road closures and other major disruption. But the adoption of trenchless technology- and the use of Naylor Denlok Pipes – meant the scheme could be completed with minimal surface disruption.
It’s music festival season…and Cawthorne village, home of our largest manufacturing site, has its own festival – Underneath the Stars, which takes place over the weekend of 20-22 July. When one of the organisers, Emma Holling contacted us with the site drainage requirements, we…
Naylor Employees continue to develop their skills across a wide range of areas; during the last month, groups at Cawthorne and Barugh Green have completed Vehicle Banksman, Sideloader, Overhead Crane and Manual Handling courses-congratulations to all on their success.