Oct 2015 – SC21 Bronze Award


Beverston Engineering has retained it’s SC21 Bronze Award for a further 12 months.  The award is critical to the success of the company as Beverston look to continually improve competitiveness and performance.  Recognising the importance of such awards, Beverston has already begun it’s journey towards Silver level.




Aug 2015 – New Mazak Integrex i200 Delivered

Mazak i200

Beverston Engineering has recently taken delivery of a new Mazak Integrex i200.  The i200 is an advanced Multi-Tasking machine bringing versatility to high complexity medium and large sized parts.  Beverston Engineering continue to invest in the latest advanced machinery to satisfy the increasing customer demands of the Aerospace and Pharmaceutical industries.

Beverston Engineering launches new website


Leading engineering company Beverston Engineering has launched a brand new website providing new and existing clients with latest news, information about Beverston Engineering’s meticulous quality management programme and engineering expertise.

Managing Director Rod Wah was delighted to announce the launch of the new website and commented, “Since 1974 we have been manufacturing high precision safety critical components for the aerospace, pharmaceutical, oil & gas industries. The last decade has seen real expansion in our machine capabilities, engineering staff, quality procedures and our factory and this wasn’t reflected in our website.”

The new website details Beverston’s Excellence Model, regular news and advice on industry matters and follows on from recent investment in machine capabilities.

Rod added, “We are at the forefront of modern engineering capabilities and our website now incorporates this. Of course, it is people we work with and we hope our website is just one additional way in which new and existing customers can find out more about what we do before talking to our expert engineers.”

New Mazak due to arrive in March 2015


Beverston Engineering has ordered a brand new Mazak Variaxis i-500 5 axis machining centre to add to its current portfolio of 20 machines. The new machine provides Beverston Engineering with added capability of undertaking genuine 5 axis type work.

This is a really important step as Beverston Engineering continues to invest and expand its capability.