An unconventional production method

Very large objects in particular are difficult to process because there are no ‘normal’ processing methods for them. They tend not to fit in the machines, or the usual tools are too small. We see it as a challenge to get the job done despite that.

There was one occasion when we handled a large steel fork that had an 18-metre rod welded to it. Getting that in place in the hall took quite a bit of manoeuvring. We also made a large flatbed container, in which the symmetry was very important. There are lots of examples like that, although patents and confidentiality often mean that we can’t say anything about them.

No matter how weird and wonderful, we’ll find a way of handling it.