Newburgh Engineering has secured a contract win with one of the world’s best known engine manufacturers, Perkins Engines Company Limited.
Newburgh’s Rotherham, South Yorkshire, site won a contract to produce engine components after successfully completing Perkins’ stringent supplier tendering process.
Newburgh’s founding site, based in Bradwell, Derbyshire, has previously worked on smaller contracts for Perkins, but this contract win is a considerable boost for the Rotherham site’s dedicated team.
Commercial Manager Matthew Jewitt said: “We are overjoyed to have been awarded this prestigious contract with such a well-known, long-established company.”
As a supplier of high precision components to the rail industry for many decades, Newburgh Engineering has the expertise and manufacturing capability to produce high quality engine components.
Managing Director Vincent Middleton also said: “This is a fantastic achievement for the Rotherham team, who have worked tirelessly to secure a contract which will see us build a working partnership with Perkins as we move forward into 2012.”
Established in Peterborough in 1932 by engineer Frank Perkins, Perkins Engines Company Limited is now the world’s leading supplier of off-highway diesel and gas engines in the 4 – 2,000 kW (5 – 2,800 hp) market. Newburgh is delighted to be working with such an esteemed business.
Newburgh Engineering, established in 1939, supplies components and assemblies to customers in major industries including nuclear, defence, oil and gas, and rail.