WEC Group will launch its revamped workshop machinery division at MACH in April.
WEC Group is preparing to launch its newly revamped workshop machinery division at manufacturing exhibition MACH in April.
Clarendon by WEC (previously known as Hi-Spec Machinery) is a UK manufacturer of heavy duty abrasive workshop machinery such as grinders, belt sanders, brushers/polishers, dust extractors and metalworking bench presses for educational and industrial organisations.
In addition, Clarendon by WEC is the original and exclusive manufacturer of the renowned Clarendon presses which are designed to provide an efficient method of pressing and punching, ideal for pressing bushes, bearings and general light press work.
Revamped as a way of breathing new life into a range of conventional workshop machinery "Made in the UK", the division will be showcasing products on stand 4590b at NEC, Birmingham 11 - 15 April.
This will be the company's first appearance at the MACH show for 12 years after being a regular exhibitor in the past.
Steve Fitzpatrick, CEO of WEC Machining said: "The Clarendon brand is something we are very proud of here at WEC.
"The range of precision workshop equipment is used by education authorities across the UK, which is a testament to its safety and durability."
With over 30 years' experience in the industry, Clarendon by WEC has built up a solid reputation amongst the leading manufacturers of workshop machinery by providing quality machines made in the UK.
The range has been marketed under many names over the years, first as the Rishton Machines range and then the Union range, which it is still known as by many machine tool distributors across the UK. It was then renamed Hi-Spec Machinery in 2007.
The company currently supplies its range of machinery to MoD workshops, general engineering workshops, petro chemical industries, wood working machinists, schools and universities to name but a few.
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