Increasing demand has resulted in the fabrication operation at our Frampton-upon-Severn head office site expanding into a new facility three times the size of its predecessor. The additional space will allow us to work on up four trucks at any given time, with the current warehouse earmarked for new services.
In addition, we have invested in new welding equipment, including a state-of-the-art plasma cutter, to meet the changing, and increasing, demand. This comes off the back of a strong performance from our HGV MOT testing operation, as a result of a backlog caused by Covid-19, and Cullimore Mix reporting its strongest November and December trading period in its history.
Moreton Cullimore said: “In recent months, the demand for our fabrication and welding services has surged. With the increased space and the ability to service more vehicles per hour, we can keep up this momentum and take Cullimore Fabrications further than ever. While commercial vehicles will naturally be our primary focus, we can also template corporate images into metal as well as fabricate gates and railings.
“Welding is a dying art, which is why I’m excited to bring something unique to both our business and the areas we operate in. The new equipment will aid us at the Cullimore Group to make full use of the warehouse space and the capabilities of our team as we play our part in clearing this backlog.”