Matthew and Son Engineering has been producing high precision components since 1981 and with over 35 years of experience in the industry, specialises in multi axis engineering and milling. The more traditional lathes, milling and drilling machines have enjoyed the addition of modern CNC machines and machining centres into the pool of equipment in the last decade. As the company has grown, modern robotic welding has also been added to the existing conventional welding equipment.
With our core focus on customer satisfaction, management strives to create an equilibrium for customers between price, quality and cost, ensuring our customers high quality components with afforadable pricing and reliable lead times.
PRODUCTS & SERVICE
Matthew and Son Engineering has enjoyed continual growth in recent years and as such has seen the addition of new machining centers, as well as the expansion of our product range into new sectors. We currently service several industries including; Rail, Automotive, Mining, Paper, Medical and Construction.
WHERE WE ARE NOW
Established in 1981, the company was started by Matthew Mayhew Snr. He received his Fitting and Turning apprenticeship in the mid '70s. He operated conventional machinery for the better part of two and a half decades. A reputable name and business ethic was built up during these years due to his keen eye on quality and service delivery.
In 2009 Matt Mayhew Jnr joined his father, bringing with him experience and skills from his BSc Project Management honours degree, as well as those aquired from working in the corporate construction and project management fields. Upon joining his father the decision was made to move the company into a modern era of manufacturing including superior quality CNC manufacturing machine tools.
Today the company enjoys the benefits of evolving from a historical first generation, traditional, manual machine driven workshop into a modern, second generation of computerised precision and techno-advanced machines.
The respect for tradtional workmanship has not been lost to technology but rather plays a supportive roll to the new and improved computerised developments in our manufacturing process.