It has been an exciting 18 months at DNA Metalwork since being founded in 2016, with staff numbers increasing from four to ten and a turnover reaching over £3million in the first full financial year.
As part of a major programme of investment across the company, we have installed a brand new state-of-the-art precision press brake in-house to enhance our existing machinery line-up, as well as a 6m x 2.5m 6Kw Trumpf fibre laser cutting machine which has recently been commissioned at our Rotherham facility to support market growth.
Ideal for thin and fast cutting, the new laser provides superior contour precision and higher part quality than most other laser cutting machines on the market. It also comes fully equipped with a LoadMaster, which automatically loads sheets to take the strain off operators and improves speed and productivity.
To facilitate the company's recent growth, we have employed a project manager as well as drawing and technical staff who have enabled us to successfully deliver a £300k project for the construction sector in the North of England.
This project included the cutting, rolling, machining and fabrication of Aluminium which was all undertaken in-house.
Jamie Sharp, DNA Metalwork's Managing Director, said: "I am proud of our achievements over the past 18 months.
"As part of WEC group and on the back of an excellent business set up, the investment we have received puts us in a great position for future market growth. This along with achieving additional accreditations, for example CE marking to Exc level 3, showcases our commitment to quality to ensure we deliver the highest quality services to all sectors."To discuss your subcontract metal profiling and processing requirements, please contact us today.