Exhibitions Are Cancelled, But Our Factory Tours Are Open


Jenks & Cattell Exhibitions Are Cancelled, But Our Factory Tours Are Open

COVID has challenged the world in many ways, with networking and new business opportunities taking a hit too. Jenks & Cattell Engineering were scheduled to exhibit at Advanced Engineering exhibition at the NEC this November for a third consecutive year, but unfortunately the organisers have had to cancel due to COVID restrictions. Instead, we are offering exhibition visitors the chance to visit our metal component manufacturing plant in the West Midlands in lieu. 

Jenks & Cattell Engineering have been back to business as usual for over 1 month now; with all of our employees back on site in a COVID-safe environment, and new and potential customers can have a hands-on experience to view our factory in operation, as well as witnessing our core business processes, complete with a company presentation.

On our factory tour, we will demonstrate our manufacturing process from prototypes and low volume metal components being cut on our laser machines, formed on our press brakes, with high volume components running through our press shop, with over 30 presses ranging from 75 tonnes 1000 tonnes. Our welding area will be visible, with demonstrations on our manual, spot, projection and robotic welded assembly areas, as well as highlighting our mechanical and functional assembly capabilities.

If you would like to arrange a factory tour, please get in touch with our team on sales@jcel.co.uk and state if you have a specific manufacturing process we can tailor your tour towards. Please be assured that Jenks & Cattell Engineering follow the Government guidelines for COVID-19, and we are confident that we can keep our employees, suppliers and customers safe on-site. Temperatures are taken upon entering the building, hygiene procedures are in line with guidance and the distance-guidelines are clearly marked.

More information on our COVID customer experience can be found here: https://www.jcel.co.uk/lockdown-customer

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