Following the successful conclusion of a recent Nadcap audit at Sylatech, we are delighted to announce that we have been granted Nadcap Welding accreditation. Achieving Nadcap accreditation is a significant achievement and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to quality and delivering to the highest standards. Jay Solomond, Executive Vice President and [...]
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Following a recent audit assessment by the BSI, we are delighted to announce that Sylatech has successfully retained its accreditation to the EN 9100: 2018, (AS9100 Rev D) standard. Ongoing business improvements, including those achieved through our current business transformation project, (delivered in partnership with Sharing In Growth UK Limited) [...]
We are delighted to announce that we have recently taken delivery of an additional large-bed, Datron MLCube CNC machining centre. This significant £200K capital investment by Sylatech, demonstrates our ongoing commitment to invest in new and advanced machining technology. Designed for the high-speed milling of components, this high precision CNC [...]
We are delighted to announce that Sylatech has formally appointed Craig Clark as its new Chairman. Craig is the founder and former CEO of Clyde Space, a specialist small satellite company based in Glasgow and is widely regarded as the leading CubeSat company in the World. Craig commented “I am [...]
During the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic, it quickly became apparent that the aerospace industry, was going to be heavily impacted by the outbreak of the virus. Like most businesses within the aerospace supply chain, Sylatech soon began to experience a reduction in the demand for its aerospace components [...]
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Sylatech, an engineering business based in Kirkbymoorside, has achieved success by being formally accepted as a beneficiary on to the leading aerospace transformation programme, Sharing in Growth.
Thanks to the help of grant funding via the Product and Process Innovation (PAPI) scheme, delivered by the University of York, we are delighted to announce our investment in the purchase of a large-bed Mitutoyo CMM (co-ordinate measuring machine).
Working with Sylatech’s MB1 copper-based alloy, a team of scientists at the University of Southampton have established significant results in the elimination of Covid-19 within 10 minutes.
The global pandemic has led businesses to search for opportunities to create safer products and working environments.