Metrology Services Company Expands And Invests In Scanning Technology

Offering specialist contact measurement services, Manchester Metrology has recently invested £700K ($875K) into a range of new high-tech scanning equipment. This is a significant investment for the company and demonstrates Manchester Metrology’s on-going commitment to its customers’ requirements and advancing technology.  The company has invested in Creaform HandySCAN Black Elite handheld new generation scanners that have been optimized to meet the needs of product development and engineering professionals on the lookout for the most effective and reliable way to acquire 3D measurements of physical objects.

Manchester Metrology has experienced a rapid growth since its inception in 2008 and has become a market leader in the inspection of engineered components with a record turnover of in 2018.  The company recently celebrated its 10th anniversary with an ‘Open Day’.  The 10th year anniversary coincided with a move to a new 5,300 sq. ft. premises, which is 5 times larger than the previous site.  This is an outstanding achievement for a privately run company, unique in its approach, and ability to offer the latest technology, training services and engineering excellence.

Paul Bulman, Managing Director commented “We have an experienced and committed great team of people working at Manchester Metrology. Over the last 10 years we have formed established partnerships with the top equipment suppliers. We have seen huge advancements in the Metrology sector and look forward to a very exciting future.”

Now employing a total of 15 staff, with 3 new members added to the team in 2019, and 2 new engineering apprentices attending Tameside College the company is dedicated to providing training and opportunities for the younger generation to enhance their skill levels and introduce them to new and exciting roles within the metrology sector.

Manchester Metrology’s extensive client base includes global machine manufacturer JCB, engineering giant Babcock and world water speed record project Quicksilver.

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