Hull-based Humber Galvanizing is celebrating an ongoing partnership with two leading firms. The plant has been working alongside leading chassis engineering firm Bankside Patterson for 13 years and is currently working with the Driffield-based company to produce its new revolutionary chassis for the holiday home industry.
Humber Galvanizing has also been working alongside Darlington-based engineering firm Henry Williams Ltd for over three years on projects involving the production of a large number of matrix signals. These are installed across the UK motorways displaying speed and lane restrictions, fog warnings and end messages, and are manufactured on behalf of the Highways Agency.
Tony Linsley, Sales Manager at Humber Galvanizing, said: “We are delighted to have developed strong working relationships with a number of our clients, and are proud to be involved in such fantastic projects such as these. Both clients have extremely high standards and demanding targets, and we continue to work closely together to ensure these are met each and every time.”