Birley Manufacturing hits £10million in turnover

Sheffield-based Birley Manufacturing is celebrating outstanding end of year results with a turnover of £10.1million for the year 2012.

The company, which specialises in the design and manufacture of bespoke and roll out equipment for the retail, industrial, rail and leisure sectors, has achieved a profit before tax of £370,000 for the year January to December 2012.

This represents an 18 per cent increase over the previous year.

The company which employs over 90 staff has gone from strength to strength over the past decade, consolidating its core skills and seeking out new markets.

With a loyal team comprising of metal working specialists and skilled bench joiners through to designers, planners and project managers, Birley have bucked the trend and won a stream of projects nationwide with blue chip companies and high street names such as Waitrose, JTI, HSBC, First Great Western Trains and the NHS.

Earlier in the year Birley strengthened its management team and formed a new Board of Directors to ensure that the company is well placed to progress business plans and take advantage of future opportunities to lead the company forward into another eventful year.

Commenting on the results, Steve English, Managing Director, said:

“2012 was a great year for Birley, ending with a strong 4th quarter and some important new business wins to take us into 2013.  In today’s difficult financial climate our end of year results of over £10m are a fantastic achievement and testament to the hard work and commitment put in by everyone at Birley.”

Birley Manufacturing is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers for interior environments and rail carriage equipment working with wood, metal and other materials. Committed to building long term relationships with its clients and offering excellent customer service across a full range of manufacturing requirements, Birley is set to achieve even more in the coming year.

Simon Cummings, CNC operator at Birley Manufacturing making unitary components for clients


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