Hadley Group has announced the acquisition of EWS (Manufacturing) Ltd, reaffirming its commitment to supporting the construction, automotive, industrial and agriculture markets with advanced cold rolled steel technology, both at home and abroad.
Since being established in 1964, Hadley Group has continued to raised the bar in innovative steel solutions with real world applications.
The company’s knowledge, market insight and manufacturing capabilities have made it a global leader in advanced cold rolled steel technology.
EWS produces more than 25 million metres of cold rollformed sections annually at its Wolverhampton manufacturing site; recognised as the market leader in Window and Door Steel Reinforcement, it also has core strengths in other construction market products.
The manufacturer will now comprise part of Hadley Group’s global chain of manufacturing locations, supporting the company’s growing reach.
Stewart Towe (pictured), CEO of Hadley Group, spoke of his delight at the addition of EWS into the Hadley Group.
“The company greatly complements our wide range of value added construction products. We look forward to supporting EWS as they continue to progress in the markets they serve,” he said.
“With the support of the wider Hadley Group, EWS will continue to operate as usual with no changes to the manufacturing or delivery aspects of the business.
“Neither will there be any change to commercial service agreements currently in place. EWS will continue to operate as a stand-alone business with the added support of Hadley Group as and when required.”
Hadley Group is a world leader in advanced cold rolled steel technology, with manufacturing facilities in Europe, the Middle East and Southeast Asia, and more than 700 employees worldwide.
EWS employs 70 people at its 90,000 sq ft factory based in Wolverhampton, offering a range of material specifications, including pre-galvanised, hot-rolled, cold rolled and stainless in a range of thicknesses dependent on application.
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