MEC are pleased to announce they have reopened for business on schedule at their new location in Barrow upon Soar, following the relocation from the Sileby works. We now benefit from upgraded facilities which include improved access and parking facilities.
The relocation of machinery from Sileby works to the new location in Barrow upon Soar completed ahead of schedule thanks to the relocation team, who worked tirelessly in difficult conditions to get the job done. Thanks to the professionalism of Richard Price, Machine Mover, all machinery arrived safely at the new location. Well done and thanks to all involved. Pictured left to right: Jed Cooper (Apprentice Mechanical Engineer), Roy Robson (Director), Jamie Robson (Business
The relocation is well under way as more machinery is transported from Sileby to Barrow upon Soar. This consignment includes the Colchester Centre Lathe, Radial Arm Drill (5 Morse Taper) and the Jones & Shipman Surface Grinder.
Despite the poor weather conditions the relocation progresses as another delivery of machinery arrives at Barrow upon Soar including the Elga, Turret Mill, Huron Universal Milling Machine and the small Tos Centre Lathe.
MEC Precision Engineering closes the doors on their Sileby works for the final time today after over 20 years of trading at 75 King Street. As this chapter in the history of MEC comes to a close, a new chapter begins with the relocation to new premises in the neighbouring village of Barrow upon Soar, opening on 22nd February 2016. The upgraded facilities will facilitate growth and enable us to serve our customers better. The founder of MEC, Malcolm Cooper, would be proud an