We were delighted to support the Royal Horticultural Society Garden Hyde Hall Flower Show this summer, where our security specialist Paul Whitton demonstrated our ExMesh™ security products.
We’re extremely proud to announce that two of our machine operators, Charlie Nicholson and Collin Smith, are celebrating 45 years of working at The Expanded Metal Company.
Paul Whitton, business development manager at The Expanded Metal Company, led the design and development team who created our ExMesh™ Securilath™ range in the 1990s. Here, Paul delves into the archives to tell the story behind one of our most popular mesh security products.
The Expanded Metal Company’s Paul Green looks at the security challenges facing rural businesses – and explores the role of expanded metal mesh in protecting farms and other agricultural sites from crime.
We are often asked by our customers to explain the differences between materials to help them make an informed decision on selecting the most suitable product for their application or project. A common question is: what are the differences between expanded metal, perforated metal, welded wire and woven wire mesh?
We’re thrilled to reveal that The Expanded Metal Company has been announced as a finalist in the Insider Made in the UK Awards, after being crowned Manufacturer of the Year (under £25 million) in The Made in the North East Awards last year.
We have collaborated with one of the North East’s fast-rising tech companies to create an innovative visual tool, which is a world first for the expanded metal sector.
Our tool room apprentice Max Tennant recently completed his first press tool – an important step in his journey to becoming a qualified tool engineer.