Stevens Rowsell Sheet Metal Engineering is one of the leading specialist subcontract manufacturers of precision sheet metal components, welded fabrications and sheet metalwork sub-assemblies in the South of England.
The company maintains their capability to supply exact and tolerant sheet metalwork through the provision of well organised, reliable and lean production capacity in laser cutting, cnc punching, press brake folding, mig and tig welding, and surface finishing.
Since 1965 the business has frequently invested in the latest production machinery and software technology to ensure that its sheet metal engineering and manufacturing capability is fast, efficient and precise in order to satisfy the requirements of ever changing and increasingly demanding industry sectors and lead-time sensitive markets.
The company combines a balanced mix of competent and proficient managers with a skilled and experienced workforce to provide a comprehensive and flexible sheet metalwork service supplying prototype samples and small batch orders through to high volume production and valuable bespoke projects.
Located in a modern and well developed 30,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Hastings, the company is passionately committed to providing an outstanding sub contract sheet metalwork manufacturing package and is proud of the reputation it has built up in the market place for professional and personal customer service, consistent on time delivery and high quality product.
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Stevens Rowsell predominantly focus on the batch production of general and fine limit sheet metal components and have a scope of involvement ranging from initial prototype through to contract production.
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Our organisation is run according to a defined and well managed business structure, operating procedures and the latest ISO 9001:2010 quality management system to which we are BSI accredited.
Our philosophy of total customer satisfaction comes from our in-house culture for continual improvement, ongoing investment in the training of our staff, investment in the latest information systems/cadcam software, planned investment in new machine technology and through the operation of documented process control and lean manufacturing techniques.