Sheet metal firm relocate to Milton Keynes

Breakneck Lane made it into the 'Silliest Names' list.
Breakneck Lane made it into the 'Silliest Names' list.

Sheet metal firm Colmet has relcoated to Milton Keynes.

The firm has moved all seven staff to a new base at the Torc:MK industrial estate after 25 years of being located in Aylesbury.

This move was prompted by the need to accommodate a fully automated fibre optic laser cutting facility., and comes on the back of the business recently launching a new brand and improved website to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience.

Managing director Colin Ball said: “Milton Keynes is business friendly, has excellent transport links and is central to our existing clients and suppliers. It is also home to an ever growing number of international companies and we’re very excited to be part of this ambitious town’s future.

“We’ve been supplying cutting-edge industries for more than 30 years and our relocation, coupled with our recent investment in the latest state-of-the-art Amada FLC AJ laser, confirms our ambition for growth. We believe that significant opportunities exist and we’re currently taking on some of our biggest challenges yet.

“We’re confident this move will enhance our position at the forefront of sheet metal manufacturing and enable us to further build upon our successes to date.”