Starrett, is celebrating six decades of manufacturing in the UK.
The company, which was founded in the US, opened its UK factory in Jedburgh in 1958, a site that has since grown to become one of the enterprise’s principal manufacturing locations. Today, there are over 150 people employed at the 200,000 sq ft facility in Scotland, which produces in excess of 2 million hole saws per year, as well as
a range of other saws and products, such as optical profile projectors and bandsaw blades. The site forms the epicentre of Starrett’s UK and European operations, and currently supplies products to over
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