Chester tops busy Q1 with another sale

Chester Machine Tools has been extremely busy during the first quarter of 2019, with approximately 255 machines shipped globally from the company’s Burntwood factory in Staffordshire.

The most recent project was a customised Chester HB110/3 horizontal boring machine for a dockyard in Portsmouth. Engineers from Chester Machine Tools took an expedient one and a half weeks to construct the bespoke machine, which was hand built and automated at Burntwood.
“The horizontal HB110 series borer is testament to the capabilities of Chester Machine Tools and its custom-built machines,” says Anthony Edwards, the company’s sales director. “It is a versatile machine that can be used in multiple manufacturing and industrial environments.
“We specialise in providing bespoke machines to order, tailored to our clients’ specific requirements, and we aim to deliver the highest quality and reliability for each unique business environment,” he continues. “Chester’s skilled engineers assemble the purpose-built machinery, while also providing commissioning, installation and training as part of the total service packages offered with all of our machines. In addition, we can provide post-installation support and planned maintenance for the lifetime of our machine tools.
“The HB110 constructed for the dockyard customer is just one of the large industrial-sized machines in our range; we offer multiple machine solutions for any application.”
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