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WEC Fabrication provide design and fabrication of metal/alloy products, ranging from small precision components to large
industrial fabrications. m-tec are specialist fabricators & consultants for urban regeneration & street architecture.
WEC Laser houses the latest, state-of-the-art equipment available in laser cutting today with two
tube cutting machines, seven flat bed lasers and six press brakes.
WEC Machining manufactures precision machined components, light fabrications and assemblies as well as
manufacture educational & industrial workshop machinery and hydraulic tail lifts and ramps for ambulances.
Provides camera poles, columns, towers, brackets, cabinets and accessories to the
security, highways and transport industries.
Our WEC Rail division provides fabrication for bridgeworks and signal structures, rolling stock metalwork,
CCTV mounting solutions and outdoor cabinets.
Have a look at the video of our latest footbrige that was recently installed in Cambridge station in less than 24 hours! This is our 4th Railway bridge fabricated and installed by WEC since we opened our WEC Rail Division in 2009. Fabricated in Darwen and installed in Cambridge on time and on budget by our specialist team, the new bridge will soon be opened to the public.
Have a look at the video of the Darwen Tower Dome installation!
WEC have recently installed a new crowning dome on top of the Darwen Tower, the local landmark. The new dome was manufactured by the apprentices of the WEC Training Academy and donated to the local community after the original one was blown off in high gales in November 2010
On Remembrance Day 2012, the WEC Group and its apprentices unveiled the Darwen Spitfire memorial sculpture
The sculpture has recieved a huge positive response, and the company has been recieving congratulatory communications from all across the world!
Read more about the memorial sculpture
WEC Group can offer high quality welding, consistent accuracy & 100% repeatability with the help of Robotic TIG Welding
We can use Robot welding for 0.5mm - 3mm in mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium
Learn more about Robotic TIG Welding
The machine will enable a variety of new materials to be laser cut including up to 6mm Brass, Copper & other non-ferrous metals
Energy saving, eco-friendly and offering increased operational ability, the Fibre Laser is likely to be a BIG success!
Read more about the new Fibre Laser
With over 30 years in business WEC Group is one of the largest Engineering and Fabrication companies in the UK. The group has been providing fabrication, laser cutting, precision machining and CCTV mounting solutions for over 30 years.
Employing over 400 staff and comprising of 12 companies operating in many different industries ranging from aerospace to homeware - WEC Group are well placed to meet any subcontract engineering and metalworking requirement!
Thanks to ongoing investment, the WEC Group has grown substantially over the past few years and now operates from four geographical locations in the North West of England, with over 185,000 square foot of manufacturing floorspace.
Be it laser cutting, CNC machining, coded welding & fabrication, heavy engineering, or architectural stainless steel fabrication, the WEC Group has the engineering capacity to answer any customer needs.
The WEC Group also supply products and services to the UK and European Rail Industry, such as signal structures, gantries, rolling stock metalwork, and Pedestrian Bridges. WEC are also one of the UK Leaders for CCTV Mounting Solutions and now exports CCTV Poles & Towers as far afield as the Middle and Far East.
All divisions of the WEC Group benefit from extensive in-house facilities which means that dependence on external suppliers is kept to an absolute minimum, ensuring standards and lead times can be kept to WEC Group expectations. It is thanks to the wide range of facilities at WEC's disposal that the Group truly is a one-stop metalworking shop!
The Group also runs its own in-house apprenticeship scheme which is the only one of its calibre in the UK and is a member of AWFTE (Association of Welding & Fabrication Training & Education). Costing the Group in excess of £100k to run annually the idea behind the scheme is to create highly skilled, loyal employees who will stay with the company long after their apprenticeship is complete.
To see us in action, please take a look at our Group video's below: