Naylor

Our  factory shop continues to sell off seconds & end of range gardenware; it is open Saturday, Sunday & Monday from 10am – 4pm. Keen horticulturists may be interested to note the current mid-season promotion:  5 pots for £20- bargain!!

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.

It’s taken lots of hard work by our enthusiastic Green Team…but we made it: our Wombwell site recorded zero waste to landfill in 2017! Congratulations to all who have been involved in increasing recycling and reducing waste across our business.

We continue to gun/nest pipe sticks of varying diameters for customers whose yards or sites have limited space. To date, the requests have tended to involve larger diameters – 750, 900 or 1050 – but a recent delivery from Methil (pictured) showed that even 150, 225 and 300mm can be…

We have been running trials of a shrink wrapping machine which allows us to produce 8 high pallets of coils. These can be loaded and offloaded quickly and safely and the level of handling damage has fallen dramatically. If you would like to know more- or if you have any comments on packs you have…

Our Specialist Plastics division has seen increasing demand for tubes and profiles from a variety of industries – on – and off-shore. Our business has continued to invest in new equipment to increase capacity and productivity. Our Tipton factory can now produce coiled product from…

The activities of our Yorkshire fabrications team are well established, but less well known are the capabilities of our Scottish fabrications team, based in Methil. A recent enquiry for a project in northern Scotland yielded an order for 1400no 6mtr lengths of 150/172mm Twinwall pipe with a 50mm…

Get Up to Speed (or GUTS!) is a careers fair which took place in Magna, Rotherham on 18 April; its aim is to attract the next generation into engineering and manufacturing. As in previous years, we had a Naylor stand- designed and manned by our wonderful apprentices.

                Are you willing to admit that yes, you have been watching the new CBeebies Series “Do You Know”, daily at 4.30pm?! If you really have to be at work at 4.30pm on Friday 20 April then set your TV to record it: you might see…

The British Ceramic Confederation (BCC) organised a seminar in Stoke on 11 April for the Ceramic Innovation Network; the theme was the use of Ceramics in Demanding Environments. One of the case studies was Denlok, our Clay jacking pipe and Ade Dickinson gave a presentation on its development.

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