B.E. Wedge has fitted perfectly into place after playing its part in a project for the United States Navy.
The Willenhall-based plant was called upon to provide its specialist centrifuge galvanizing treatment to 12.5 tonnes of steel scaffold fittings that have been transported to America as part of refurbishment work at one of the US Navy’s naval docklands.
The scaffold fittings were created by B.E. Wedge’s long-standing client, George Dyke Limited, a Darlaston-based forge-master that works with clients in sectors such as construction, manufacturing and transport, both in the UK and across Europe, the United States and Canada.
Lee Dickens, Sales Manager of B.E. Wedge, explained: “This project was fantastic to work on and we really enjoyed partnering with George Dyke Limited. For the US Navy to have sourced the work all the way here to the West Midlands is a testimony to the quality of work companies in the UK can provide.”
Gary Smith, Sales Manager of George Dyke Limited, said: “Having worked with B.E. Wedge on numerous occasions, we know that the services they provide will more than exceed our expectations every time. We use them to galvanize our steel to protect it against corrosion and weathering.”