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Repairs are quick and thorough

PTG Holroyd is an industry-leading manufacturer of highly engineered precision machine tools and components for a range of diverse industries around the world. Fletcher Moorland repairs a number of the Rochdale-based company’s machines – which are used in the manufacture of precision engineered helical rotors and screws. PTG Holroyd Site...

Support for more than a decade

Coventry based automotive component manufacturing company UYT Limited has been supported by Fletcher Moorland for more than 10 years – with repairs for Fanuc and Nachi drives and servo motors, robotic equipment and main press motors. Maintenance Manager Martin Goater said: “In 2007, during the two week summer shutdown, we...

First-class operations ‘more than a repair shop’

ERLSON Precision Components, a Skelmersdale-based automotive parts manufacturer employing 240 staff, uses Fletcher Moorland’s expertise to support its own team of technicians looking after 200 CNC machines and specialist robotic equipment. Mark Corns, Director Technical Services, said: “Ever changing demands in the work environment and the need for effective and...

Solutions have saved money

A company which operates the deepest mine in the UK to produce potash for fertiliser is benefitting from Fletcher Moorland expertise. Cleveland Potash, based in Saltburn-by-the-Sea, north of Whitby,works closely with Fletcher Moorland who design and manufacture control equipment used on underground mining machines. Other work includes repairing and refurbishing...

Reception Makeover

The reception area at Fletcher Moorland has just been given a makeover. As we are now experiencing an increase in new and existing customers coming to visit our fantastic workshop facilities, we thought that a new reception area was needed to replace the old slide-screen window that had served us...

Resurrecting a Sinclair C5

Well the opportunity to acquire a Sinclair C5 came up. As soon as I heard ‘Sinclair C5’, I could picture it in my mind, that small white three-wheeler I remember seeing as a 12 year old when watching Tomorrows World. Of course then I did not really understand the ridicule...