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Epm: Technology Invest in their Future

  • Monday, 25th July 2011
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Epm: technology are investing £580,000 on new equipment to improve their flexibility and service further, to meet the demands of their wide range of customer’s.

Epm have invested in 2 new 5 Axis CNC machines, which are due for immediate delivery, this will take their onsite capability to 5 CNC centres, the largest 2 machines are both over 7M long. A further 3rd autoclave is due in September along with a new precision high temperature oven.

This investment comes just 18 months after their initial investment of £450,000, in improving its capability.

Graham Mulholland, Managing Director of epm: technology said “It’s great to be pushing epm forward, making sure we are ready to supply parts customers want to buy. My team requires this investment to enable them to do their jobs.” Graham Mulholland continued “All the investments we have made are with UK manufacturers, one of the manufactures is even within our region therefore UK money is invested to protect UK jobs.”

Graham Mulholland finally stated “I am very proud of our ability to push forward with a very well balanced plan. Epm has a great team approach and I know my team deserves the latest equipment to help them perform and, despite all the issues locally in the engineering sector right now, Derby can still be very proud of all the achievements in making difficult engineering challenges look easy.”

Epm say this investment will see them add a further 18-20% to its capacity which in turn will support employment opportunities within its core manufacturing team.


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