We are very pleased to welcome three new members to the workshop team, Colin, James and Louis. Our three new colleagues joined us during the last month to increase the capacity on the shop floor, enabling us to continue offering a responsive service to our customers during this busy period. Colin is mainly working in…Details
The summer has got off to an excellent start with an extremely busy June. Thanks to a brilliant effort by all production staff plus extra metalwork capacity, particularly on welding and laser cutting, lead times are coming back to our usual 2 to 3 weeks. So let us know if you have any requirements, we’ll be delighted…Details
Happy Birthday to Martin our punch press operator who’s birthday it was this weekend. We hope you enjoyed your celebrations! Happy Birthday from all of us at Dymond.
Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) ‘Barometer’ shows a 12-month high in SME manufacturing confidence
Source : Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) Dymond Engineering is pleased to participate in the Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) quarterly Barometers. According to the latest barometer 64% of 700 English manufacturing companies questioned expect sales to increase over the next six months. This puts growth prospects for English manufacturers at a twelve month high. The Barometer…Details
We are pleased to announce that Dymond Engineering is open for business as usual during this year’s Whit bank holiday week. Previously Dymond Engineering has maintained the factory tradition of shutting down during Whit week at the end of May. This was possible because typically it was a quiet week due to other businesses also…Details
Everyone at Dymond Engineering sends their love and best wishes to Ian and Kayleigh on the birth of their baby boy. Congratulations, it’s wonderful news and we are very happy for you. We look forward to seeing Ian back at work soon.
On 22 March we attended an excellent ‘Business Spark’ event near Filleigh, South Molton, held by Devon County Council and delivered by the Innovation Centre at the University of Exeter. The focus of the event was how to access the benefits of knowledge and innovation to improve your bottom line. The main presentation was delivered by Prof John…Details
Dymond Engineering attended a very interesting evening last week, hosted by the North Devon Manufacturers Association (NDMA). It was a Bank of England consultation meeting when members and agents of the bank visit local business communities to find out about the issues affecting our businesses. The meeting was led by Martin Weale, a Member of…Details
The NDMA held their first breakfast meeting of 2013 on Wednesday 13 February, attended by Dymond’s Sue Roberts. The focus of the meeting was the Supply Chain with a very interesting presentation from Nick Golding, a supply chain specialist with the Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS). Nick talked about the changing nature of the supply chain…Details
Dymond Engineering announces the retirement of Dev Deverell. Dev retired on his 65th birthday on 11th January. Dev worked in a key role providing drawing and production support services for the factory for nearly 9 years and he will be missed by his colleagues. However, Dev’s association with Dymond will continue as he will provide…Details