Monday, July 18, 2016

News: Newburgh new hire to explore new markets


Rotherham-based engineering company, Newburgh Precision, is on the lookout for new customers in new sectors.

With state-of-the-art premises at Templeborough, Newburgh Precision has unrivalled expertise in machining precision components. It specialises in manufacturing "cells" that include dedicated groups of resources operated by a team of multi-skilled individuals that are committed to producing a product or products for one customer.

Jonathan Cheeseman has recently joined Newburgh Precision as a technical sales engineer.

Jonathan, 26 from Rotherham (pictured), trained as an apprentice at DavyMarkham in Sheffield before gaining a BEng in Mechanical Engineering from Sheffield Hallam University.


Jonathan's role will include exploring new markets and seeking out new opportunities. He will also be working with existing customers to develop long term relationships. Estimating and quoting working with production to ensure on time delivery and representing the company at trade shows and exhibitions.

Lee Townsend, sales director at Newburgh Precision, said: "We are pleased to welcome Jonathan to the team at Newburgh Precision the additional support in the sales department will increase our capability to look after our existing customer base, whilst the main focus of Jonathan’s time will be spent on generating new customers from new market sectors."

Established in the small Peak District village of Bradwell, Newburgh has grown into an internationally-renowned, award-winning business that specialises in manufacturing medium to large precision engineering components and assemblies. In its 75th year in 2014, Newburgh Engineering decided to split its two sites, Rotherham and Bradwell, into two separate businesses.

After an increased focus on the oil & gas sector in recent years, Newburgh is seeing an increase in work for the wider power generation, defence, rail and aerospace sectors. Last year, the group invested in new water jet cutting capability to ensure a continued quality service across a broader range of materials.

Newburgh Precision website

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