Naylor

Over the course of the last week, we have done everything we can to minimise the number of people who are coming onto our sites (to reduce the potential spread of the Coronavirus) whilst maintaining the capability of manufacturing products essential to the needs of the country. We are however…

Given the rather extraordinary times in which we live, we wanted to give you an update from Naylor. As regards the current state of play, it is very much business as usual. All our factories are operating as normal; a very small number of our colleagues are self-isolating (although this is for…

It’s been a week of ‘significant’ birthdays with both Gill from our Cawthorne site and Claire from our Methil site celebrating being 21 again!

Get Up To Speed (GUTS) is a long-standing South Yorkshire initiative to attract young people into careers in manufacturing & engineering. This year marks the 10th anniversary of GUTS; we will again be supporting the event which will be held on 25 March at Magna in Rotherham.

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…

We reported on the major investment plans of our lintel business & the team at Barugh Green have been busy building up stocks in advance of construction work.
The photo above shows that the stockbuild is progressing quite nicely…

It can’t have escaped everyone’s notice that Naylor are 130 years old this year- and we’re producing a special commemorative coffee mug. All employees will automatically get one; if you’re not an employee & would like one, please ask your Naylor contact or email Helen…

We’ll be attending Futurebuild from 3-5 March at ExCeL, London. Come and see us on Stand F141.

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